Future Vision Present Work: Learning from the Culturally Relevant Anti-Bias Leadership Project
Sharon Cronin, Louise Derman-Sparks, Rharon Henry, Cirecie Olatunji, Stacey York
This book grapples with the multiple layers of diversity and commonality that we face in the United States of America. The authors (with expertise in the areas of anti-bias education, bilingual education, multicultural education, cultural-identity development, counseling psychology, and community organizing) invite us to witness and share their individual and collective journeys toward culturally relevant anti-bias leadership. Resources included.
Sharon Cronin, Louise Derman-Sparks, Rharon Henry, Cirecie Olatunji, Stacey York. Future Vision Present Work: Learning from the Culturally Relevant Anti-Bias Leadership Project (1998). Redleaf Press: St. Paul, MN.
Sponsoring Agency: A.L. Mailman Family Foundation and the Kellogg Foundation
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