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Reorganizing Higher Education in the United States and Canada
Every year in Canada and the U.S., the share of higher education faculty who teach off the tenure track grows. One might expect that faculty unionization would limit this process, but the dataExpand
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Tagging Walls and Planting Seeds: Creating Spaces for Youth Civic Action
Youth civic spaces are environments in which youth participation in civic action is fostered—the pathways, structures, and vehicles that provide opportunities for young people to engage in criticalExpand
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HIV-associated nemaline rod myopathy: role of intravenous immunoglobulin therapy in two persons with HIV/AIDS.
Nemaline rod myopathy is a rare disease associated with muscle weakness and the presence of rod-shaped structures in the muscle fibers. Various acquired conditions have been associated with slowExpand
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Building Solidarity Through Difference: A Practice Model for Critical Multicultural Organizing
ABSTRACT Building solidarity is perhaps the most crucial, yet under-theorized, process in organizing for social change. Traditional models of union and neighborhood-based organizing associateExpand
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Evolving Strategies of Labor-Community Coalition-Building
Multiracial labor-community coalitions have attracted considerable attention from scholars and activists based on their potential to rebuild local working-class movements, but we lack a systematicExpand
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The People Shall Rule: ACORN, Community Organizing, and the Struggle for Economic Justice, by Fisher, R.
The People Shall Rule is timely in all sorts of ways. It was published just as the United States elected its first community organizer-in-chief, the Great Recession renewed attention on economicExpand