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Antiphons for Equal Voices By Saint Meinrad Archabbey
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A Collection of compositions by Fr. Tobias Colgan.
Voices of the Unheard: The Battle for Equal Education in Brazil By Brylan Leviston
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On a recent excursion to Brazil, I had an opportunity to study and research the higher education proposals and current methods used to balance the educational and opportunity attainment of a country... More > perceived as a racial democracy. Through observations, independent research and formal lectures, this article will discuss the challenges and opportunities present in Brazilian society and how important it is to develop equal opportunities for access to legitimate education in a progressively global society.< Less
The Musician's Easy Guide to Equalization By David Brown
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Have you ever wondered why some music sounds so clear. You can hear each instrument and voice as if they were floating in air. No matter how high you turn up the volume, the track still holds... More > together. This is called Equalization. This process is available on almost all sequence programs and home studio product on the market today. The problem is only a select few really know how to use equalization correctly. Well now you will be part of that select few. With this checklist, you will know how to achieve what you hear on the radio every day. You will be able to make vocals distinct; bass clear; snares snap. Aren't you tired of muddy mixes? How about those tinny sounding vocals. Well order your guide today and start making music the way you hear it in your head.< Less
Diversity's Voice: Now and Then By Professor S.D.Barbour, Ed.S., M.Ed.
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The purpose of this book will give everyone [who wants to grow] the capacity to absorb the education nuggets of information. In addition, this book can bring extraordinary and positive insight to... More > those who perhaps are living in the dark ages of diversity. Your liberation will become light of true diversity.< Less
My Country's Voice By Frances N. Greene
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I BELIEVE in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic; a... More > sovereign nation of many sovereign States; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes. I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it; to support its constitution; to obey its laws; to respect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Fall Equinox 2008 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn - appreciating the results of hard work. Our photos display the satisfaction of reaching your destination, the serenity of a Japanese garden, the ease of a resting alligator. Enjoy a golden... More > sunset and a snoozing swan. Our poetry conveys imagery of waving corn stalks, indolent cats, the sweet smell of cinnamon and apples, an arrow of geese heading south. Stories imbue fragrances of golden marigolds, a mystery laced in answering machine messages, a tale of a quiet diner, and a quest for dinosaur eggs.Crossing into modern day reality we have a stunning tale of a wife who weathers abusive husbands and perseveres. Equally inspiring is a woman who volunteers in Vietnam with orphans.We celebrate a discussion with Karen Allen - amazing actress, phenomenal fabric artist. Her message to all artists is this: "As James Taylor says in his song, ‘the secret of life is enjoying the passage of time’. If you’re doing something you love to do, you’re going to enjoy the passage of time."< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Summer Solstice 2008 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Summer's sultry heat bakes our senses. Our artwork resonates with the shimmering yellow of the Valley of the Sun, the baked brick of the Canyon de chelly, the exotic pyramids of Egypt. Visions... More > reflect the layers of the Grand Canyon, the striped boats of Ventimiglia Italy, the pinholes of a vampire's kiss. Poems bring to life azaleas, tea leaves, lazy summer days and shellin' purple-hull peas. Stories draw in the drama with scrambled eggs and a camping trip by the Pacific.Real life stories add even more poignancy with kind stepmothers, the acceptance of mistakes, the love of flying. There is the trauma of a grandmother with Alzheimer's. A woman celebrates her 40th birthday with a fire circle while wives discuss what women want and deserve. We give equal time to menopause and PMS, two decidedly feminine situations.The power of summertime infuses us to the end, as evidenced by "Thunder" -The crash far away;a mild timpani remainsrumbling me to sleep.< Less
50.50: Women Writers, Politics and Voice By Rosemary Bechler
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Prints in 3-5 business days is committed to promoting human rights and democracy through dialogue and debate. But a global debate without the female half of humanity is neither global nor democratic. Their... More > exclusion affects both the content of the debate and the way the dialogue is conducted. With this in mind, we run 50.50: a series of editorial projects designed to bring in the voices of women working at whatever level to explore issues of gender, power and democracy. We believe that debate is key to changing minds and leads to change in policy and ultimately to change in practice. Our goal is to make openDemocracy a current affairs forum which is written, read and used equally by women and men.< Less
Missa Rex Genitor, 3-voice Mass, Kevin Allen By Kevin Allen Music
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Prints in 3-5 business days 32 pages. Kevin Allen Mass for Three Equal Voices. 3-voice Mass Setting. Kevin Allen, Composer.
Peer Collaboration and Critique: Using Student Voices to Improve Student Work By Juli Ruff
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Who owns a final product? Teacher or students? And who gets to define quality work? Who should students take advice from? Is it even possible for a student to think about the quality of feedback they... More > receive when someone in a position of power gives it? Or does feedback need to come from someone of an equal status to allow an author to actually question and think? These questions helped shape this exploration of peer collaboration and critique in the classroom. By completing three critique cycles in which students generated criteria for success, created multiple drafts, and engaged in self-reflection and peer critique, Ruff was able to explore answers to the above questions. Her students’ journey helped to highlight how critique should be approached. It shows the importance of student input in developing product criteria, how peer critique increases critical thought, the value of drafts, and the role of power dynamics in the development of culture and collaboration in the classroom.< Less