853 Computer Writing Center
on the Web
and Style Notes
Grammar and Writing
Catalogs on the Web
OWL at Purdue (good for documentation questions. Search MLA Documentation.
Reading Tips (Five steps to improve your reading and study skills
Ten Steps to Writing an Essay - Thesis Sentence - American University in Cairo (in Egypt)
American Immigration Council (Good site for immigrant legislation. Click "links" for a lot of legal resources.
Berkeley Electronic Press Select Works (data base of free academic articles. Click the "Networks" tab for the search box.
Bill Moyers Journal (material on class, including video )
Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Institute (Conservative Thinktank)
Rights Project at UCLA
Research Service Reports
for a Livable World (anti-nuclear proliferation)
National Committee Official Website
of Homeland Security
Fact Check.org (Cut through the goop. Get to the truth.)
Law (resource for many legal matters including family law, DUI's etc.)
Law School website with articles and podcasts (access varies)
Inflation Calculator: Bureau of Labor Statistics
(media links to stories of ongoing injustice)
for National Strategic Studies
for Policy Studies
for Policy Studies and United for a Fair Economy
Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Justice by Michael J. Sandel. Debates on moral philosophy through video and extra readings.
Information Institute - Cornell University
The National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild (good links for immigration law and list of advocacy groups for those dealing with immigration issues)
Online U.S. and International
Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security
Act (Official summary. Index page is kind of boring, so use the
links supplied for info.)
Research Center for People & the Press
Project Censored (Publishes the 25 most censored stories in a given year. Read about terrible government and corporate scandals that will come to pass! )
National Committee Official Website
Slate (online magazine) special issue on Procrastination.
Department Official Website
Document for military (a page of links)
Court Decisions (use search feature to find cases)
Too Much: A commentary on excess and inequality (article database)
Code of Military Justice
Army official website
U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (immigration law)
Volunteer Center (volunteer for Bay Area non-profits)
Street Journal Interaction
Press USA (links to African American news in the US)
Council on Foreign Relations
Foreign Policy Journal (journal of global affairs)
Geneva Convention (reference guide)
Daily (Israeli newspaper)
The Miniature Earth (three minute video) - on world populations and relative wealth.
Public Radio ("The World" Section)
The North American
Congress on Latin America (NACLA)
News Central (Links to Filipino Newspapers)
TED Case Studies Online Journal on Globalization and Trade
Nations Official Site
Treaty and Document Data base
Declaration of Human Rights
Mosaik (multi-cultural online journal)
America.com (What does the rest of the world think of us?)
of American Poets
Brown Paper Tickets (good venue for getting tickets -- many cheap -- to contemporary, multi-ethnic theatre).
Goldstar which will enable you to get half price tickets to several theatre venues in the Bay Area. It costs nothing to join. The only thing is that these tickets go fast.
Stories.com (Latino writers resource)
PoetrySpeaks - a website where you can share your own poetry and slam performances.
This page contains
a list of useful websites for your use. My intention is to add to
the list as I discover new sources that might be useful to you in
your reading and research. If you find a website that you feel would
be helpful to your fellow students, please e-mail
me. If you are having problem with any of the webpages, please inform.
Some websites have a subscription service, though I have tried to
eliminate those from the list. My intention is not to have you pay
for information. If you find a site completely inaccessable to non-payees,
again, please inform.
Websites must be sponsored by a college, reputable institution, or
an expert in the field. Rule of thumb: No personal websites, no websites
constructed as a classroom project, no general websites with no name
of author or organization, no websites which promote hate. Serious