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Lift us up, don't push us out! : voices from the front lines of the educational justice movement

Author: Mark R Warren; David Goodman
Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Beacon Press, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book features the stories and voices of parents, young people, community organizers and educators describing how they are fighting systemic racism in schools by building a new educational justice movement committed to community-based, high quality, humane and empowering education for all young people"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Lift us up, don't push us out!
Boston, Massachusetts : Beacon Press, [2018]
(DLC) 2018005033
(OCoLC)1013514093
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark R Warren; David Goodman
ISBN: 9780807015803 0807015806
OCLC Number: 1022084837
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 185 pages)
Contents: Introduction : building an educational justice movement / Mark R. Warren --
"I can't make a teacher love my son" : a black parent's journey to racial justice organizing / Zakiya Sankara-Jabar --
#SouthLAParentLove : redefining parent participation in South Los Angeles schools / Maisie Chin --
Speaking up and walking out : Boston students fight for educational justice / Carlos Rojas and Glorya Wornum --
Fighting for gender justice : girls of color assert their voice / Kate McDonough and Christina Powell --
The freedom to learn : dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline in the Southwest / Pam Martinez --
#FightForDyett : fighting back against school closings and the Journey 4 Justice / Jitu Brown --
There i no national without the local : grounding the school discipline movement in the Mississippi Delta / Joyce Parker --
The school Is the heart of the community : building community schools across New York City / Natasha Capers --
Fighting for teachers, children and their parents : building a social justice teachers union / Brandon Johnson --
#EndWarOnYouth : building a youth movement for black lives and educational justice / Jonathan Stith --
Teachers unite! : organizing school communities for transformative justice / Sally Lee and Elana "E. M." Eisen-Markowitz --
Can schools nurture the souls of black and brown children? : combating the school-to-prison pipeline in early childhood education / Roberta Udoh --
System change : following an inside-outside strategy as a school board member / Monica Garcia --
Walking into the community : community partnerships as a catalyst for institutional change in higher education / Maureen D. Gillette --
#schoolismyhustle : activist scholars and a youth movement to transform education / Vajra Watson --
Janitors are parents too! : promoting parent advocacy in the labor movement / Aida Cardenas and Janna Shadduck-Hernández --
The same struggle : immigrant rights and educational justice / José Calderón --
Organizing intersectionally : trans and queer youth fighting for racial and gender justice / Geoffrey Winder --
Conclusion : educational justice as catalyst for a new social movement / Mark R. Warren.
Responsibility: [edited by] Mark R. Warren ; with David Goodman.

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"This book features the stories and voices of parents, young people, community organizers and educators describing how they are fighting systemic racism in schools by building a new educational justice movement committed to community-based, high quality, humane and empowering education for all young people"--

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