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Justice For All

Author : Radclyffe
ISBN : 9781602820746
Genre : Fiction
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As part of an operation to expose organized crime, Dellon Mitchell goes undercover with a young woman posing as her lover. Before long, she and her team, and those they love, unwittingly become targets.

Justice For All

Author : Gail Johnson
ISBN : 9781317466734
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Justice for All is the first book that provides a comprehensive examination of social equity in American public administration. The breadth of coverage--theory, context, history, implications in policy studies, applications to practice, and an action agernda--cannot be found anywhere else.

Without Justice For All

Author : Adolph L. Reed
ISBN : 0813320518
Genre : Social Science
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A new critique of public policy in the U.S. regarding race reveals how the nation's political and policy-making elite came to abandon notions of egalitarianism and the role of institutional racism to embrace the idea that minorities are responsible for their lot in life.

And Justice For All

Author : Mary Frances Berry
ISBN : 0307271234
Genre : Political Science
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This is the story of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, through its extraordinary fifty years at the heart of the civil rights movement and the struggle for justice in America. Mary Frances Berry, the commission’s chairperson for more than a decade, author of My Face Is Black Is True (“An essential chapter in American history from a distinguished historian”—Nell Painter), tells of the commission’s founding in 1957 by President Eisenhower, in response to burgeoning civil rights protests; how it was designed to be an independent bipartisan Federal agency—made up of six members, with no more than three from one political party, free of interference from Congress and presidents—beholden to no government body, with full subpoena power, and free to decide what it would investigate and report on. Berry writes that the commission, rather than producing reports that would gather dust on the shelves, began to hold hearings even as it was under attack from Southern segregationists. She writes how the commission’s hearings and reports helped the nonviolent protest movement prick the conscience of the nation then on the road to dismantling segregation, beginning with the battles in Montgomery and Little Rock, the sit-ins and freedom rides, the March on Washington. We see how reluctant government witnesses and local citizens overcame their fear of reprisal and courageously came forward to testify before the commission; how the commission was instrumental in passing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965; how Congress soon added to the commission’s jurisdiction the overseeing of discriminating practices—with regard to sex, age, and disability—which helped in the enactment of the Age Discrimination Act of 1978 and the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990. Berry writes about how the commission’s monitoring of police community relations and affirmative action was fought by various U.S. presidents, chief among them Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, each of whom fired commissioners who disagreed with their policies, among them Dr. Berry, replacing them with commissioners who supported their ideological objectives; and how these commissioners began to downplay the need to remedy discrimination, ignoring reports of unequal access to health care and employment opportunities. Finally, Dr. Berry’s book makes clear what is needed for the future: a reconfigured commission, fully independent, with an expanded mandate to help oversee all human rights and to make good the promise of democracy—equal protection under the law regardless of race, color, sexual orientation, religion, disability, or national origin. From the Hardcover edition.

A Justice For All

Author : Kim Isaac Eisler
ISBN : UOM:39015029961961
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A biography of one of the greatest Supreme Court Justices of this century explores his role in landmark decisions on pornography, libel, desegregation, search and seizure, and legislative redistricting.

With Justice For All

Author : John M. Perkins
ISBN : 9780830748693
Genre : Religion
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“I am persuaded that the Church, as the steward of this gospel, holds the key to justice in our society. Either justice will come through us or it will not come at all.” John Perkins’s optimistic view of justice becoming a reality starts and ends with the Church. With Justice for All is Perkins’s invitation to live out the gospel in a way that brings good news to the poor and liberty to the oppressed (from Luke 4:18). This invitation is extended to every racial and ethnic group to be reconciled to one another, to work together to make our land all God wants it to be. And it is a blueprint—a practical strategy for the work of biblical justice in our time. In an age of changing demographics where the need to break the cycle of poverty is staring many of us in the face, Perkins offers hope through practical ministry principles—that work. This outstanding resource includes “Reflection” questions for personal or group study as well as “Interaction” sessions for groups to participate in activities together.

Justice For All

Author : Kathryn Houghton
ISBN : 9781468902983
Genre : Fiction
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Justice For All

Author : Arye Rattner
ISBN : 0275959082
Genre : Social Science
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Israeli social scientists examine each stage of the criminal justice process, hoping to clear the system from suspicion of inequality. They found however that Arabs do not receive equal treatment. They trace the problem not to deliberate bias by justice personnel, but to the pervading prejudices and

Justice For All

Author : Steven Hague
ISBN : 9781408906644
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Zac Hunter has crossed the line one too many times. His life and career sacrificed to put away a child killer who walked on a technicality. With nothing to lose, Hunter sets out to ensure justice is done. But Hunter’s beaten to his prey by a savagely creative assassin – one who doesn’t care who gets in his way.

With Literacy And Justice For All

Author : Carole Edelsky
ISBN : 9780805855074
Genre : Education
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The third edition of With Literacy and Justice for All: Rethinking the Social in Language and Education continues to document Carole Edelsky's long involvement with socially critical, holistic approaches to the everyday problems and possibilities facing teachers of language and literacy. This book helps education professionals understand the educational/societal situations they are dealing with, and literacy instruction and second language learning in particular contexts. Edelsky does not offer simplistic pedagogical formulas, but rather, progressively works through differences and tensions in the discourses and practices of sociolinguistics, bilingual education, whole language, and critical pedagogy--fields whose practitioners and advocates too often work in isolation from each other and, at times, at cross purposes. Changes in the Third Edition: Federal intrusion into education, intensifying neo-liberalism, policymaking as political spectacle, the reappearance of McCarthyesque political repression, and increasing resistance to neo-liberal policies figure in major ways in the changing social, political, and economic conditions for language and literacy education. These are significant themes in Edelsky's rethinking, in this new edition, of the "the social in language and education." She rethinks the sociopolitical nature of language learning in the education of minority children; she rethinks a progressive literacy pedagogy (whole language) while answering its critics; she rethinks literacy theory; and she rethinks her own understandings from a decade ago. In this edition, what Edelsky means by rethinking is improving and extending her own views, while at the same time demonstrating that such rethinking always occurs in the light of history. The volume includes a completely new Introduction and two entirely new chapters: one on reconceptualizing literacy learning as second language learning, and another on taking an historical view of responses to standardized testing. Throughout, in updating the volume, Edelsky uses a variety of structural styles to note contrasts in her views across time and to make the distinction clear between the original material and the current additions. This edition is a rare example of a scholarly owning-up to changes in thinking, and a much needed demonstration of the historically grounded nature of knowledge. As a whole, the third edition emphasizes recursiveness and questioning within a deliberately political framework.

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