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Equality and Justice
Equality and Justice
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Equality and Justice

An Engaged Generation, a Troubled World
Michael Chehade
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Equality and Justice

An Engaged Generation, a Troubled World
Michael Chehade
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"With this book, Twiza has succeeded in causing a crack in the fortress built by certain obsolete educational practices that tend, more often than not, to buckle from the inside, a community of practice that is eager and ready to develop collaborative outreach programmes. These extra-curricular activities constitute the soft skills universities continue to ignore. Through constant dialogue across borders of all sorts, Twiza will undoubtedly broaden the crack until all voices are heard to let a genuine civil society emerge, aware of its individual and collective engagement towards human rights. The envisaged result: a society more prone to commitment towards equity and justice. This is not dreamland. It is the sheer volume of the youth potential." —Dr. Mohamed MILIANI Dip. TEFL, M.Ed, PhD, University of Oran – Algeria"An ambitious yet fully realized project that truly embarks on transnational knowledge making, civil engagement, and cross-cultural dialogue through writing. The voices in this book demonstrate that undergraduate students have the ability to creatively enact social justice to develop a better world. They offer a deep hope for an improved global society. Equality and Justice is a must read for composition teachers who seek to engage their students in real-world matters and a must read for students who seek a vision for a different world." — Dr. Rebecca Dingo, University of Massachusetts

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Publisher
Parlor Press, LLC
Year
2020
ISBN
9781643171388
Topic
Social Sciences
Subtopic
Discrimination & Race Relations

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