Wednesday, October 11, 2006

just when I stop reading the newspaper...

someone sends me this article in The Age:
Ecumenical welfare agency Urban Seed is running workshops dealing with non-violent protest, with titles such as "G20: What Would Jesus Do?", while an alliance of community organisations has come together as the StopG20 collective.

"I think we have to say that we come from a faith perspective and so there's been a long tradition … with Christ himself as the non-violent protester standing up to the economic powers and religious powers of the time," Urban Seed's Brent Lyons-Lee said.

publicity that can't be bought.

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