11 edition of Race, poverty, and social justice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by José Z. Calderón ; foreword by Robert A. Corrigan.|
|Series||Service learning for civic engagement series|
|Contributions||Calderón, José Z. 1946-|
|LC Classifications||LC220.5 .R33 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
|ISBN 10||1579222196, 157922220X|
|ISBN 10||9781579222192, 9781579222208|
|LC Control Number||2006033684|
Diane Crocker and Val Marie Johnson, eds., Poverty, Regulation & Social Justice: Readings on the Criminalization of Poverty (Winnipeg and Black Point: Fernwood Publishing ) W ith the demise of the National Council of Welfare and the long form census it is even more critical that we have books that document the lives of the marginalized. Recently he and graduate students Caitlin Matthews and Hannah Sobel turned their attention to how food trucks reflect complex food systems and issues such as class and poverty. The recent book they edited, Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice: From Loncheras to Lobtsa Love (MIT Press), brings together fourteen essays that reveal.
What does justice have to do with overcoming poverty? Imagine a vibrant, modern economy sustaining itself where there is no respect for the sanctity of a contract, where a deed of ownership is not worth the paper it is written on, or where all disputes are resolved in a trial of strength, rather than by weighing the justice of competing claims. the textbook market, the book largely recapitulates the existing literature. Nevertheless, this is a well written and thoroughly illustrated book which social work students will find useful. Christopher Jencks. Rethinking Social Policy: Race, Poverty and the Underclass. New York: Harper Collins, $12 papercover. Foreword: Expanding the Debate on Race, Poverty, Social Justice, and the Law BY MARGARET M. RUSSELL* It brings me great pleasure to introduce the inaugural issue of the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal, the culmination of over two years of steadfast organizing by a thoughtful and enterprising group of Hastings law students.
Solid Ground’s race and social justice efforts build on the understanding that undoing poverty means undoing racism and other oppressions. Over half of the people Solid Ground serves are people of color. Many face challenges as a direct result of institutional racism: housing discrimination, benefits denial, predatory lending, employment. In conditions of social justice, people are "not to be discriminated against, nor their welfare and well-being constrained or prejudiced on the basis of gender, sexuality, religion, political affiliations, age, race, belief, disability, location, social class, socioeconomic circumstances, or other characteristic of background or group. government "In-Kind" programs, government social assistance programs, private property alleviation, and paradox of poverty reduction Government "In-Kind" Programs address specific needs of those in poverty: SNAP or Food Stamp program, school lunch programs, housing developments or vouchers for working poor (about 1//3 of the aid to the poor).
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