This heart-centered book provides tips and tools, including plain-language conversation starters, to use with children ages 0-10.
Author: Angela Berkfield
In 2015, social justice educator and activist Angela Berkfield held her first Parenting for Social Justice workshop. Now it is time to share those tools and inspiration. Using plain language, this book discusses race, class, gender, disability, healing justice, and collective liberation, initiating age-appropriate and engaging conversations with kids about social justice issues. Included are ideas for taking action as families, from making protest signs and attending a local march, to trying healing meditations and consciously connecting with people from different backgrounds. Resources for further learning and activities that readers can engage in on their own or as part of a group.
isn't about children, but about the harmful cultural messages we, as parents, perpetuate in our relationships with children. ...addresses the work we as parents must do to free ourselves, the children who share our lives, and our world from ...
Author: Teresa Graham Brett
Publisher: Social Change Press
Category: Family & Relationships
Parenting for Social Change transforms the dominant view of childhood and challenges readers to move beyond control as a tool for ensuring children grow up to be healthy and responsible adults.
Importantly, Dr. Baxley also guides parents to do the work of recognizing and reconciling their own biases.
Author: Dr. Traci Baxley
Category: Family & Relationships
An empowering, timely guide to raising anti-racist, compassionate, and socially conscious children, from a diversity and inclusion educator with more than thirty years of experience. As a global pandemic shuttered schools across the country in 2020, parents found themselves thrust into the role of teacher—in more ways than one. Not only did they take on remote school supervision, but after the murder of George Floyd and the ensuing Black Lives Matter protests, many also grappled with the responsibility to teach their kids about social justice—with few resources to guide them. Now, in Social Justice Parenting, Dr. Traci Baxley—a professor of education who has spent 30 years teaching diversity and inclusion—will offer the essential guidance and curriculum parents have been searching for. Dr. Baxley, a mother of five herself, suggests that parenting is a form of activism, and encourages parents to acknowledge their influence in developing compassionate, socially-conscious kids. Importantly, Dr. Baxley also guides parents to do the work of recognizing and reconciling their own biases. So often, she suggests, parents make choices based on what’s best for their children, versus what’s best for all children in their community. Dr. Baxley helps readers take inventory of their actions and beliefs, develop self-awareness and accountability, and become role models. Poised to become essential reading for all parents committed to social change, Social Justice Parenting will offer parents everywhere the opportunity to nurture a future generation of humane, compassionate individuals.
This unique picture book was inspired by the stone artwork of Syrian artist Nizar Ali Badr, discovered by chance by Canadian children’s writer Margriet Ruurs.
Author: Margriet Ruurs
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Rama and her family, are forced to flee their once-peaceful village to escape the ravages of the civil war raging ever closer to their home With only what they can carry on their backs, Rama and her mother, father, grandfather and brother, Sami, set out to walk to freedom in Europe. This unique picture book was inspired by the stone artwork of Syrian artist Nizar Ali Badr, discovered by chance by Canadian children’s writer Margriet Ruurs. The author was immediately impressed by the strong narrative quality of Mr. Badr’s work, and, using many of Mr. Badr’s already-created pieces, she set out to create a story about the Syrian refugee crisis. Orca Book Publishers is pleased to offer this book as a dual-language (English and Arabic) edition.
Author: Norris, Katherine E.L.Publish On: 2018-02-09
Abriendo Caminos recognizes that teaching parents how to parent is not social justice; having them at the table, centering their voices and experiences, and fostering their own liberation from oppression is. REFERENCES Adams, M., & Bell ...
Author: Norris, Katherine E.L.
Publisher: IGI Global
Despite the ever-changing demographics of the United States and decisions made by the Supreme Court, racial tensions and turmoil continue to affect daily life in a multitude of environments. In educational environments, advancements in teaching technologies, in conjunction with these tensions, require a cooperation between parents and school personnel to promote student success. Social Justice and Parent Partnerships in Multicultural Education Contexts is a critical scholarly resource that explores the importance of cooperation between parents, teachers, and administrators to create valuable support systems that will promote student success through strategies using social justice. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics, such as parent collaboration, bilingualism, and community-based partnerships, this book is geared toward academicians, researchers, and teachers seeking current research on the importance of cooperation between parents and education professionals in encouraging positive student outcomes in multicultural learning environments.
for social justice and public policy raised by parent–child relationships, not parent–parent ones. Family values and relationship goods Normative theories of the family variously appeal to the interests of three different stakeholders: ...
Author: Craig, Gary
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Political Science
This important book explores the meaning of social justice and examines how it translates into the everyday concerns of public and social policy.
e parent– ild relationship is also a critical locus for social justice. Although family relationships should be the cradle of social justice, all too o en they create and replicate social injustice instead. Ideally, parent– ild ...
Author: Omar Swartz
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Social Justice and Communication Scholarship explores the role of communication in framing and contributing to issues of social justice. This collection, a first on the subject of communication and social justice, investigates the theoretical and practical ways in which communication scholarship can enable inclusive and equitable communities within American society. It analyzes ways in which to construct communities that protect individual freedom while ensuring equality and dignity to everyone. In this unique anthology, Swartz brings together both senior scholars and junior colleagues to represent diverse applications of communication to issues of social justice. He supports partisan scholarship in order to revitalize intellectual activity and social commitment toward creating a progressive society. As a result; the volume serves the heuristic function of posing new research questions. In addition to its relevance within the field of communication, Social Justice and Communication Scholarship will be of interest in many of the humanities and social sciences, as research on the theme of social justice transcends disciplinary boundaries. The volume is particularly well suited for use in undergraduate and graduate courses in communication, rhetoric and composition, journalism, American studies, and cultural studies.
P Pacific Island people, 134 paradigm creating a new, 278 person—focused, 4 shifts, 11, 45 social justice, 73 parenting programs, 1434145 Parenting through Change, 145 Parenting Wisely, 1444145 Parsons, Frank, 28429 Partners in Diabetes ...
Author: Judith A. Lewis
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Thoroughly revised and updated, COMMUNITY COUNSELING: A MULTICULTURAL-SOCIAL JUSTICE PERSPECTIVE 4e now more than ever clearly describes and illustrates the practice of community counseling by discussing the most current issues and practices for community work in the 21st century. The Fourth Edition gives special emphasis to the practices of diversity, ethics, and the role of the counselor as a change agent and advocate. Focusing on how to promote change and growth, the text delivers proven guidelines for planning and implementing productive community counseling programs. It also provides readers with a basic understanding of the role of the community counselor, the services offered by community agencies, and the settings in which they are offered. Packed with practical, relevant, and timely examples, the text examines four vital facets of counseling: direct community counseling, direct client services (outreach), indirect community services (influencing public policy), and indirect client services (client advocacy). Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Parent and educate them with dignity so that their natural capacities for social justice have the right environment in which to flourish. Natural Learning Rhythms asks the question, what kind of society would result if the adults enjoy ...
Author: Ba Luvmour
Publisher: Sentient Publications
Category: Family & Relationships
An introduction to the Natural Learning Rhythms method of child care demonstrates how parents can create environments that address the emotional, physical, and spiritual developments of children from a whole-person perspective. Original.
The state has delegated responsibility for children's future outcomes to parents, extolling parenting support as the means for redressing inequality and securing social mobility. This chapter focuses on a particular variant of parenting ...
Author: Alistair Ross
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book presents a series of analyses of educational policies – largely in the UK, but some also in Europe – researched by a team of social scientists who share a commitment to social justice and equity in education. We explore what social justice means, in educational policy and practice, and how it impacts on our understanding of both ‘educational science’ and ‘the public good’. Using a social constructivist approach, the book argues that social justice requires a particular and critical analysis of the meaning of meritocracy, and of the way this term turns educational policies towards treating learning as a competition, in which many young people are constructed as ‘losers’. We discuss how many terms in education are essentialised and have specific, and different, meanings for particular social groups, and how this may create issues in both quantitative survey methods and in determining what is ‘the public good’. We discuss social justice across a range of intersecting social characteristics, including social class, ethnicity and gender, as they are applied across the educational policy spectrum, from early years to postgraduate education. We examine the ways that young people construct their identities, and the implications of this for understanding the ‘public good’ in educational practice. We consider the responsibilities of educational researchers to acknowledge these issues, and offer examples of researching with such a commitment. We conclude by considering how educational policy might contribute to a socially just, equitable and inclusive public good.