- Hall, Robinson & Kohli (Eds.) Uprooting Urban America: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Race, Class and Gentrification (2014). This edited anthology examines the impact of public and market enterprise on citizen life in areas of housing, education, medical, and community discourse. The book features such scholars as Antwi Akom, William Ayers, Sue Books, Mindy Fullilove, Horace Hall, Henry Giroux, Loic Wacquant and Elvin Wyly.
- The "Educators Equity Companion Guide" provides educators and community service providers the tools to build inclusive, safe spaces, by equipping them with knowledge and skills to transform their communities into more productive learning environments. Using real-life examples, discussion questions and by introducing key concepts it prepares readers to engage in difficult conversations with youth and colleagues. They learn how to address issues of inequity as they see them happening, as well as to take action to promote systemic change.
The book was launched April 2014. It is written and published by staff at Harmony Movement, a Canadian non-profit working in the area of equity education provincially in Ontario. We have sold over 2,000 copies since the launch.
You can view some sample pages of the resource at the following link: http://www.harmony.ca/resources/.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will happily send you a copy of the book to review.
- Rethinking value-added models in education: Critical perspectives on tests and assessment-based accountability.
- Writing and Teaching to Change the World:
Connecting with our Most Vulnerable Students
Edited by Stephanie Jones
Published by Teachers College Press and National Writing Project
- Strategic Diversity Leadership: Activating Change and Transformation in Higher Education by Damon A. Williams