Karla Fetrow: A war fought with depleted uranium weapons is a nuclear war. It is a war against the human race, the earth itself, the water and the animals on the planet.
Alexandra Pratt: Labrador, part of Newfoundland province, is a land of endless fir and spruce trees, high tundra and mighty rivers, where winter temperatures drop to minus 40 C and the short summer is a torture of mosquitoes and black fly.
Grainne Rhuad: Just how far have men and women come in accepting one another and treating each other as equals?
In which Jared Club finalizes his assignment and learns a bit about his own nature, which we assume he will forget as soon as he reaches the next bar.
Bill the Butcher: Seen through the eyes of a small boy, a pig killing arouses more curiosity than anguish, but the mother wishes to shield him
Edward-Yemil Rosario: It was difficult for me to acknowledge the positive in me. I lived as a phony, showing only the parts of myself that I thought were good.