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Call for Submission Vol.3 No.2 (2021)

2020-10-12

For complete details see "Call for Submissions Vol. 3 No. 2

Issue Theme: Pathways to Radical Change

Theme Description: Threats to global public health, deep-rooted and systemic racial inequity, and worsening climate disruption represent some of the seemingly unmanageable challenges that have reached a breaking point and call for positive and comprehensive radical change. How do educators, activists, community leaders, and other concerned citizens respond in ways that bring about transformative and sustainable solutions that imagine new possibilities and amplify racial and social justice reform? What actionable changes in teaching and learning foster positive and deeply effective alternatives that result in healthy, compassionate, and just societies?

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Current Issue

Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Being Anti-Racist, Teaching Anti-Racism: Building Connections, Coalitions, and Curricula for Human Beings

The Winter 2020 issue of Allies for Education is published at the end of a difficult year. It was a traumatic year for many – with far too many lives lost and many more forever changed by the coronavirus – with our varying experiences of the pandemic demonstrating, yet again, the fault lines of systemic, structural racism and grotesque socioeconomic disparities that threaten our families, our communities, our nation, our world – with the ongoing ravages of white supremacy demonstrating continuously where our collective attentions and actions must be in order to heal as individuals and as a people.

Healing and learning and caring for ourselves and each other are themes developed by the authors below through this issue’s dual focus on dismantling racism and building deeply human connections in and through education.

Translations to Spanish and audio recordings of authors reading their works in this issue will be uploaded as they become available.

Published: 2020-12-18
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