In the Time of the Right: Reflections on Liberation
From the author of HOMOPHOBIA: A WEAPON OF SEXISM, comes an informative new book offering a progressive view of the politics of our time that is accessible to students, activists & all who are trying to understand the current threat to democracy posed by the Right. This blend of personal anecdote & contemporary cutting-edge analysis - combined with the vision of a multi-cultural, multi-racial liberation movement - provides a powerful call to action for each of us. IN THE TIME OF THE RIGHT includes discussion of domination politics, the Right & their agenda, homophobia & racism as strategies of division, & suggestions for personal & organizational philosophies & practices that foster a true liberation movement. Individuals & bookstores may order directly from the Women's Project, 2224 Main St., Little Rock, AR 72206, 501-372-5113, FAX 501-372-0009, E-Mail email@example.com. 40% discount on 5 or more books. Also distributed by Bookpeople in Oakland, CA.
14 pages matching civil rights protections in this book
Results 1-3 of 14
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
affirmative action African American agenda attack authoritarian battered believe bisexual building campaign church Civil Rights Movement civil rights protections classism coalition communities of color corporate create crime cultural Daisy Bates David Duke democracy democratic develop discrimination domination economic and social economic injustice efforts eliminate equality experience exploitation families fascism freedom funding gender goal heterosexuals homophobia homosexuality human rights identity politics immigrants inclusion individual institutions issues justice labor large numbers lesbians and gay liberation lives major moral multi-cultural multi-issue NCADV oppression organizing participation policies political education poor Promise Keepers race racial racism responsibility rich right-wing scapegoating schools sexism sexual identity share social and economic social change society special rights stereotyping strategies struggle talk targets theocratic Right tion Traditional Values Coalition transgender understand violence against women vision Wal-Mart welfare women of color Women's Project workers workplace
All Book Search results »
Advancing Social Justice Through Clinical Practice
No preview available - 2007