Readings for Diversity and Social Justice

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Maurianne Adams
Routledge, 2000 - Education - 521 pages
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The first reader to cover the scope of oppressions in America, Readings for Diversity and Social Justice covers six thematic issues: racism, sexism, Anti-Semitism, heterosexism, classism, and ableism. The reader contains a mix of short personal and theoretical essays as well as entries designed to challenge students to take action to end oppressive behavior and to affirm diversity and racial justice.

(For the original version of chapter 48, please refer to: Herek, Gregory, "Heterosexism and Homophobia," in Textbook of Homosexuality and Mental Health, ed. Robert Cavaj and Terry S. Stein, 1996, American Psychiatric Press, pp. pp. 101-113.)

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Review: Readings for Diversity and Social Justice

User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

First 15 articles I've read have all been excellent. I really like the topic matrix and overall format. Has become a great reference for equity and social justice topics. Read full review

Review: Readings for Diversity and Social Justice: An Anthology on Racism, Sexism, Anti-Semitism, Heterosexism, Classism, and Ableism

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Great anthology! Read full review

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Maurianne Adams is Chair of the Social Justice in Education Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her previous works include Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice (Routledge 1997) and Strangers and Neighbors (1999).
Warren J. Blumenfeld's previous works include Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price (1992) and Looking at Gay and Lesbian Life (1993). National Consortium of Directors of LGBT Resources in Higher Education, US
Ximena Zuniga is Lecturer in the Social Justice Education Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and co-editor of Multicultural Teaching in the University (1995).
Rosie Castaneda, Heather W. Hackman, and Madeline L. Peters are all at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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