People of Color Rising up and Speaking out: Oppression and Knowledge Production. Proceedings for the Annual African American and Latino-a American Adult Education Research Symposium 11th, Chicago, Illinois, April 6, 2002.Report as inadecuate




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This document contains 14 papers from an annual symposium on research in adult education for African Americans and Latin Americans. Representative papers include the following: "Congressman Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Keeping the Faith and Representing the Race--From the Pulpit to Politics" (Roudell Kirkwood); "Religious Education and Slavery: Strange Bedfellows of the Antebellum South" (Garth Gabriel Gittens); "Mother Leafy Anderson: Exploring a Mystery of Native American and African Spirituality" (Janice L. Woodhouse); "Opening the Door To Make Space: A Literature Review of the Qualitative Method of Life History" (Denise L. Hatcher); "Expanding the Small Space: Rasstafari and Knowledge Production" (Cathy Stanley); "Teaching for Transformation: Student Learning through Ritual, Reggae and Literature" (Cathy S. Stanley, Derise Tollliver, and Ellen McMahon); "Border Crossings: Writing across the Boundaries of Language and Culture at Work" (Melina L. Gallo); "Community Organizing: Pedagogy of Co-Learning" (Regina Curry); "Color Is Only Skin Deep But Knowledge Production Goes to the Bone: A Counter-Story of Continuing Professional Education (CPE)" (Laurel Jeris); and "The Role of Continuing Professional Education in Lifelong Learning: The RRRR [Reflection, Reciprocal Learning, Research/Resource, and Responsibility] Method" (Catherine Brady, et al.). Papers include abstracts and references. (KC)

Descriptors: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Adult Education, African Culture, Afrocentrism, Blacks, Community Development, Continuing Education, Educational History, Educational Research, Educational Trends, Equal Education, Females, Latin American Culture, Latin American History, Latin Americans, Minority Groups, Postsecondary Education, Professional Development, Racial Bias, Racial Discrimination, Secondary Education, Sex Discrimination, Social Services











Author: Garth, Phyllis Ham, Ed.

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