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Helping Teens Stop Violence, Build Community and Stand for Justice

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ISBN-10: 0897935691

ISBN-13: 9780897935692

Edition: 2nd 2011

Authors: Allan Creighton, Paul Kivel

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Book details

List price: $27.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 7/12/2011
Binding: Comb Bound 
Pages: 216
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

List of Exercises, Role-Plays, and Agreements
Note for Parents
Preparing to Work with Youth
I Remember When I Was Young
Adult-Youth Questions for Facilitators
Working with Youth
Facilitating Social Justice
The Heart Exercise
Your Heart and Power
Liberation Theory and Practice
It's about Power
The Power Shuffle
The Power Chart
Dismantling Injustice
Some Notes on Using The Power Chart
The Culture of Power
Assessing the Culture of Power
The Speak-Out Process
Overview of the �Isms�
Adultism Visualization
Learning Adultism
The Class Race
Questions to Ask Yourself: Where Do I Fit?
Questions to Ask Yourself: What Do I Do?
People-of-Color Exercise
White Exercise: Socialization
White Exercise: Benefits (Privilege)
Sexism and Heterosexism
Visualizing the Continuum
Facing Sexual Ambiguity Exercise
Gender-Socialization Exercises
Male Exercise: Benefits (Privilege)
Coming-Out Role-Play
Access Now! Disabling Ableism
Ability Visualization
Three Figures
Witnessing Disability
�You Poor Thing�
No One Left Out
Christian Hegemony
Living in a Christian-Dominant Culture
Anti-Immigrant Oppression
Environmental Justice
Questions to Ask Regarding Environmental Justice
Being in the Classroom
Teaching as an Activity
The Agreements
The First Two Minutes: How Can Youth Intervene in Immediate Violence?
Climate Survey
Using the Making the Peace Programs and Curricula
Conclusion: Do You Have My Back? Young People and Solidarity