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SOUND RIGHT REASONING: An Examination of Equality By Michael Berkley
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How fair is the economic and political system to African-Americans? This is a question that has been a hot topic recently. This book examines the treatment of Dr. Malachi Z. York, after his arrest... More > on May 8, 2002. It shows a few steps that were taken towards his freedom and responses that were given. Are there double standards for black leaders who work toward bettering African-American lives? With what happen to Dr. York, it would seem so. His plight should be used for educational lessons. It assist people in knowing what really goes on in the system. The laws claim one thing, but do they truly mean what they say when it comes to African-Americans?< Less
Why Not Equality: In Search of a Moral World By heaven Purelove & brother Purelove
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In this unique paraquel to The Open Table, Revolition -- an autonomous alternative intelligence -- constructs a philosophical query into the moral foundations and purposes of equality and inequality.
Race Relations: The Struggle for Equality In America By Barbara Diggs
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Illustrated by Richard Chapman. How could a country founded on the honorable ideals of freedom and equality have so willingly embraced the evils of enslavement and oppression? America’s history... More > of race relations is a difficult one, full of uncomfortable inconsistencies and unpleasant truths. Although the topic is sensitive, it is important to face this painful past unflinchingly—knowing this history is key to understanding today’s racial climate and working towards a more harmonious society. In Race Relations: The Struggle for Equality in America, kids ages 12 to 15 follow the evolution of race relations in America from the country’s earliest beginnings until present day. The book examines how the concept of race was constructed in the seventeenth century and how American colonists used racial differences to justify slavery, discrimination and the persecution of people of color.< Less
Healing Nigeria – Improving Human Rights, Social Equality and Public Education in the Federal Republic of Nigeria By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book offers a new way to improve Nigerian public policy, so that a positive collective consciousness can be manifested in Nigeria, as well as with... More > the International Community. Social challenges – such as crime, corruption and illiteracy in Nigeria – are also explored in this work, offering an analysis on these matters, as well as suggestions how public education, family policy and children's rights can be improved. Violent Extremism in Nigeria is another topic this book addresses; as both internally and externally, Nigeria is faced with a major security problem in terms of containing and countering extremism. Highly innovative and profound, this book explores cutting-edge social scientific, ethical and Islamic approaches how human rights and social equality can be improved in Nigeria.< Less
Healing South Africa – Improving Social Equality, Public Safety and Education in the Republic of South Africa By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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NGO’s, such as ‘Surfers Not Street Children’ are transforming the lives of homeless children and vulnerable youths in South Africa. Surfers Not Street Children says: “Many... More > children have come through our programmes and gone on to transform their lives through a multifaceted approach that fuses surfing and mentorship alongside psychosocial care. Our ultimate goal is to empower [children] to leave the streets behind for good and become independent. Surfers Not Street Children’s staff is made up of trained professionals and trained former street children, giving it a unique integrity amount the children it serves...” Ilvy Njiokiktjien’s 12-year project Born Free: Mandela’s Generation of Hope documents the lives of the first generation born after apartheid... Rugby World Cup: South Africa surge to glory as England fall short. Springboks crowned world champions for a third time... Hier kom die Bokke!< Less
Healing Russia – Improving Social Equality, Gender Mainstreaming and Global Solidarity in the Russian Federation By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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MI5 operates a partially secret policy that allows agents to participate in serious crimes, a security tribunal has heard. In a challenge to the intelligence service’s handling of agents,... More > lawyers for a coalition of human rights groups have questioned the legality and extent of the powers. Some elements of what is known as “the third direction” – guidelines permitting agents to become involved in criminal conduct – have been published. Crucial details specifying whether there are limits on such criminal activity, however, remain secret... The author’s opinion: I think we should do everything in our power to make sure that human rights are no longer infringed upon, and to convince the British, American, Russian, Israeli and Iranian Intelligence agencies – and all other Intelligence Agencies in the world – to get those rogue factions from the International Intelligence Community in line, so that human rights can fully be upheld – and that all intelligence agencies in the world finally make peace with each other.< Less
Healing China – Improving Social Equality, Public Education and Global Solidarity in the People's Republic of China By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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MI5 operates a partially secret policy that allows agents to participate in serious crimes, a security tribunal has heard. In a challenge to the intelligence service’s handling of agents,... More > lawyers for a coalition of human rights groups have questioned the legality and extent of the powers. Some elements of what is known as “the third direction” – guidelines permitting agents to become involved in criminal conduct – have been published. Crucial details specifying whether there are limits on such criminal activity, however, remain secret... The author’s opinion: I think we should do everything in our power to make sure that human rights are no longer infringed upon, and to convince the British, American, Russian, Chinese and Iranian Intelligence agencies – and all other Intelligence Agencies in the world – to get those rogue factions from the International Intelligence Community in line, so that human rights can fully be upheld – and that all intelligence agencies in the world finally make peace with each other.< Less
Equality and Sustainable Human Development - Issues and Policy Implications By Dr.K Sivachithappa
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Equality and Sustainable Human Development is the need of our under Globalisation. This volume is useful to Social Sciences, Commerce and General Readers in Particular.
Ecological Metabolism: In Pursuit of Landscape’s Equality in the Urban Realm By Carla Novak
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This book identifies theories of mat-urbanism, landscape urbanism and void metabolism as conceptual apparatus that can be applied concurrently as a means of reanimating the voids within the... More > contemporary city using an adaptive social ecology. It strongly approbates rejuvenation of the city in an adaptive manner, adopting flexibility as an important criteria in the future of our cities, and utilising landscape to activate and occupy it in new ways that blur the existing boundaries between ecology and architecture. The hope is for a cityscape that is open to public interpretation and evolves with the social needs and requirements of the city’s inhabitants.< Less
Feminism: The March Toward Equal Rights for Women By Jill Dearman
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Illustrated by Alexis Cornell. Why are women treated differently from men? What is feminism? Why is this movement such an important part of the history of civic rights, and why is it still important... More > today? Feminism: The March Toward Equal Rights for Women invites middle and high schoolers to examine the different stages of the feminist movement, from early mentions in history through the suffragettes’ fight for the vote to today’s evidence of feminism in the struggle for equal pay and equal rights around the world. As social justice movements gain more traction in the national news media, many students are evolving into activist citizens who are working towards bettering humanity and the planet. This history of feminism gives them an introduction to the ways and means of community activism, which can be applied to a multitude of causes.< Less

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