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    A guide to gender

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    Kil

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    Reading, writing, and rising up

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    Reading, writing, and rising up : teaching about social justice and the power of the written word

    Christensen, Linda.

    "For almost two decades, teachers have looked to Reading, Writing, and Rising Up as a trusted text to integrate social justice teaching in language arts classrooms. Now, Linda Christensen is back with a fully revised updated version. Offering essays, teaching models, and a remarkable collection of student writing, Christensen builds on her catalog of social justice scholarship with a set of tools and wisdom for teachers in the new millennium."--Page 4 of cover.

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    Rethinking Mathematics : Teaching Social Justice By The Numbers

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    Rethinking Mathematics : Teaching Social Justice By The Numbers

    In this new expanded and updated edition of Rethinking Mathematics, more than 50 articles show how to weave social justice issues throughout the mathematics curriculum, as well as how to integrate mathematics into other curricular areas. Rethinking Mathematics offers teaching ideas, lesson plans, and reflections by practitioners and mathematics educators. This is real-world math -- math that helps students analyze social problems as they gain essential academic skills. This book offers hope and guidance for teachers to enliven and strengthen their math teaching. It will deepen students' understanding of society and help prepare them to be critical, active participants in a democracy. Blending theory and practice, this is the only resource of its kind. -- Publisher description.

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    A fair deal

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    A fair deal : shopping for social justice

    Jones, Kari, 1966-

    "... looks at trade from the perspective of making it fair for all people."--Provided by publisher.

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    A is for activist

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    A is for activist

    Nagara, Innosanto.

    An alphabet book that introduces ideas related to activism, including environment justice, feminism, human rights, and more.

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    A guide to gender

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    Mirrors of privilege : making whiteness visible

    Features the up close and personal stories of white activists and their ongoing journeys of transformation. Participants will talk about being unconscious about their learned and internalized sense of white supremacy. They will share what was required and what actions they took to move through the common first stages of denial, defensiveness, guilt, fear and shame into making solid commitments towards ending racism. The video uses art, theatre, movement, photographs and music to amplify stories that share richly varied experiences and life processes informed by deep reflection and social justice action. The individuals' interviews will also be enhanced by historical sources, spoken word, photographs and video archives which will serve to address systemic racist oppression.

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    A force more powerful a century of nonviolent conflict

    This six-part series tells one of the 20th century's most important and least-known stories-- how nonviolent power overcame oppression and authoritarian rule. In South Africa in 1907, Mohandas Gandhi led Indian immigrants in a nonviolent fight for rights denied them by white rulers. The power that Gandhi pioneered has been used by underdogs on every continent and in every decade of the 20th century to fight for their rights and freedom.

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    A force more powerful a century of nonviolent conflict

    This six-part series tells one of the 20th century's most important and least-known stories-- how nonviolent power overcame oppression and authoritarian rule. In South Africa in 1907, Mohandas Gandhi led Indian immigrants in a nonviolent fight for rights denied them by white rulers. The power that Gandhi pioneered has been used by underdogs on every continent and in every decade of the 20th century to fight for their rights and freedom.

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