Blue in Green

Blue in Green
Author: Ram V
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2020
Genre: African American men
ISBN: 1534317139

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"Struggling musician Erik Dieter returns home for his mother's funeral and, under strange circumstances, finds a photograph of a late sixties jazz musician. The search for this musican's identity will soon become an obsession that will take Erik down the spiralling depths of his ambitions--a journey that will erode his faith in reality, forcing him to confront the horrors of his own great expectations."--Page [4] of cover.

Blue and Green

Blue and Green
Author: Scott L. Cummings
Publsiher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 543
Release: 2018-11-13
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780262534314

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How an alliance of the labor and environmental movements used law as a tool to clean up the trucking industry at the nation's largest port. In Blue and Green, Scott Cummings examines a campaign by the labor and environmental movements to transform trucking at America's largest port in Los Angeles. Tracing the history of struggle in an industry at the epicenter of the global supply chain, Cummings shows how an unprecedented “blue-green” alliance mobilized to improve working conditions for low-income drivers and air quality in nearby communities. The campaign for “clean trucks,” Cummings argues, teaches much about how social movements can use law to challenge inequality in a global era. Cummings shows how federal deregulation created interrelated economic and environmental problems at the port and how the campaign fought back by mobilizing law at the local level. He documents three critical stages: initial success in passing landmark legislation requiring port trucking companies to convert trucks from dirty to clean and drivers from contractors to employees with full labor rights; campaign decline after industry litigation blocked employee conversion; and campaign resurgence through an innovative legal approach to driver misclassification that realized a central labor movement goal—unionizing port truckers. Appraising the campaign, Cummings analyzes the tradeoffs of using alternative legal frameworks to promote labor organizing, and explores lessons for building movements to regulate low-wage work in the “gig” economy. He shows how law can bind coalitions together and split them apart, and concludes that the fight for legal reform never ends, but rather takes different turns on the long road to justice.

Red and Green and Blue and White

Red and Green and Blue and White
Author: Lee Wind
Publsiher: Chronicle Books
Total Pages: 36
Release: 2021-10-19
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781646142521

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On a block dressed up in Red and Green one house shone Blue and White. It's a holiday season that both Isaac, whose family is Jewish, and Teresa, whose family is Christian, have looked forward to for months! They've been counting the days, playing in the snow, making cookies, drawing (Teresa) and writing poems (Isaac). They enjoy all the things they share, as well as the things that make them different. But when Isaac's window is smashed in the middle of the night, it seems like maybe not everyone appreciates "difference." Inspired by a true story, this is a tale of a community that banded together to spread light.

Grafity s Wall

Grafity s Wall
Author: Ram V,Anand Radhakrishnan
Publsiher: Unbound Publishing
Total Pages: 74
Release: 2018-11-15
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
ISBN: 9781783526864

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When an aspiring street artist by the name of Grafity watches the tenements outside his home being razed, he finds an unlikely canvas at the one wall still left standing in the debris. Over the next weeks, he begins creating a mural on the wall, one that chronicles the lives of his friends: a local low-level fixer named Jay who harbours dreams of being a rapper. A brilliant and awkward boy named Chasma who writes love letters between shifts waiting tables at a local Chinese restaurant. And Saira, an aspiring actress with ambitions so fierce that they threaten to consume her and all those around her. As the mural progresses, the story gives us glimpses into these incandescent lives, their hopes and dreams both inspired and impeded by the impossible city that they live in.

A City in Blue and Green

A City in Blue and Green
Author: Peter G. Rowe,Limin Hee
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 152
Release: 2019-08-30
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9789811395970

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This open access book highlights Singapore’s development into a city in which water and greenery, along with associated environmental, technical, social and political aspects have been harnessed and cultivated into a liveable sustainable way of life. It is also a story about a unique and thoroughgoing approach to large-scale and potentially transferable water sustainability, within largely urbanized circumstances, which can be achieved, along with complementary roles of environmental conservation, ecology, public open-space management and the greening of buildings, together with infrastructural improvements.

Green on Blue

Green on Blue
Author: Elliot Ackerman
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2015
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781476778563

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A "debut novel about a young Afghan orphan and the harrowing, intractable nature of war"


Author: Miles Davis,Quincy Troupe
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 452
Release: 1990-09-15
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780671725822

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Miles discusses his life and music from playing trumpet in high school to the new instruments and sounds from the Caribbean.

Blue and Yellow Don t Make Green

Blue and Yellow Don t Make Green
Author: Michael Wilcox
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 120
Release: 1994
Genre: Color
ISBN: 0958789193

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For more than 200 years the world has accepted that red, yellow and blue - the artists primaries - give new colours when mised. And for more than 200 years artists have been struggling to mix colours on this basis. In this exciting new book, Michael Wilcox offers a total reassessment of the principles underlying colour mixing. It is the first major break-away from the traditional and limited concepts that have caused painters and others who work with colour so many problems. Back Cover.