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Rise up! : activism as education / edited by Amalia Dache, Stephen John Quaye, Chris Linder, and Keon M. McGuire.

Publication:
East Lansing, Michigan : Michigan State University Press, [2019]
Format/Description:
Book
xxii, 326 pages ; 26 cm.
Series:
Perspectives on access, equity, and diversifying pathways in P-20 education
Perspectives on access, equity, and diversifying pathways in P-20 education
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Subjects:
United States.
Student movements -- United States.
Student protesters -- United States.
African Americans -- Education -- Social aspects.
Minorities -- Education -- Social aspects -- United States.
Educational equalization -- United States.
Educational equalization.
Minorities -- Education -- Social aspects.
Student movements.
Student protesters.
Contents:
Youth participatory action research as praxis : the importance of shared power among youth and adults to counter systemic racism / Anjalé Welton and Melanie Bertrand
How does it feel to be a problem : lessons learned through art, activism and dialogue / Durell Callier
"We were tired of talking" : the catalyst for the mobilizing anger collective / Dominique C. Hill, Mahauganee D. Shaw, and Stephen John Quaye
Defining the struggle : epistemological explorations of social geography and digital space in Ferguson / Amalia Dache and Cristina Mislan
Peer pedagogies, communities of memory, and occupying the Florida Capitol / Charles H.F. Davis III
"Undocumented and unafraid, queer and unashamed" : how undocuqueer immigrants are redefining the traditional classroom / Jesus Cisneros
Coalitional factors of student activism : how student coalitions struggle to move beyond diversity logics / Jalil B. Mustaffa and Oscar J. Mayorga
Nuanced activism : a matrix of resistance / Terah J. Stewart and Brittany Williams
Activism, immigration, and graduate school : letters of hope and solidarity / Susana M. Muñoz and Angelica Velazquillo
We will call it what we want / Fredrick Douglass Dixon
Black solidarity matters / Ifeyinwa Onyenekwu
The role of the university in building a 21st century pan-Africanism : reconstituting transnational solidarity for liberation / Brian Kamanzi.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
Contributor:
Dache, Amalia, editor.
Quaye, Stephen John, 1980- editor.
Linder, Chris, 1976- editor.
McGuire, Keon M., editor.
James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
ISBN:
9781611863246
1611863244
9781609176037 (pdf)
9781628953695 (epub)
9781628963700 (kindle)
OCLC:
1090697848
Publisher Number:
99981524764