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As a collection of narratives, Who Speaks for Justice: Raising Our Voices In The Noise of Hegemony explores each others stories about battles to be free, as researchers, teachers, learners, citizens.
Who Speaks for Justice:
- explores the tension of working, teaching, and profiting from a system that inherently creates distinction and privilege, one that thrives on disparity.
- encourages students to recognize not only the inevitable convolutions of lifes stories, but also the power and the place of those stories in the scope of research.
- tells of the tragedy and glory of cultures, humans, trees, and earth.
- is a catalyst for creative encounters confronting the repression that students face every day in school buildings.
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