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From hate crimes to human rights : a tribute to Matthew Shepard

Author: Mary E Swigonski; Robin S Mama; Kelly Ward, LCSW.; Matthew Shepard
Publisher: New York : Harrington Park Press : Haworth Social Work Practice Press, ©2001.
Series: Journal of gay & lesbian social services, v. 13, no. 1/2.
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From hate crimes to human rights.
New York : Harrington Park Press : Haworth Social Work Practice Press, c2001
(OCoLC)846280041
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary E Swigonski; Robin S Mama; Kelly Ward, LCSW.; Matthew Shepard
ISBN: 1560232579 9781560232575 1560232560 9781560232568
OCLC Number: 46671093
Notes: "... co-published simultaneously as Journal of gay & lesbian social services, volume 13, numbers 1/2 2001."
Description: xvii, 233 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Tribute to Matthew Shepard / Walt Boulden --
Theoretical foundations --
Human rights in the 20th century: weren't gays amd lesbians human? / Janice Wood Wetzel --
Human rights, hate crimes, and Hebrew-Christian scripture / Mary E. Swigonski --
Language, violence, and queer people: social and cultural change strategies / Dean Pierce --
Realities of hate crimes --
Sticks and stones can break your bones: verbal harassment and physical violence in the lives of gay and lebian youths in child welfare settings / Gerald P. Mallon --
Domestic violence: the ultimate betrayal of human rights / Carol. T. Tully --
Economic rights, economic myths, and economic realties / Jeanne W. Anastas --
Who gets to drink from the fountain of freedom? : homophobia in communities of color / Pat Washington --
Several orientation bias experiences and service needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and two-spirited American indians / Karina L. Walters, Jane M. Simoni, Pamela F. Horwath --
Older gays and lesbians: surviving a generation of hate and violence / Deana F. Morrow --
Promoting human rights --
University's role in promoting human rights through nurturing human diversities / Thomas M. Diehm, Marceline M. Lazzari --
Social justice advocacy readiness questionnaire / Stuart F. Chen-Hayes --
Competencies at the intersection of difference, tolerance, and prevention of hate crimes / Irene R. Bush, Anthony Sainz
Series Title: Journal of gay & lesbian social services, v. 13, no. 1/2.
Other Titles: Journal of gay & lesbian social services.
Responsibility: Mary E. Swigonski, Robin S. Mama, Kelly Ward, editors.
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