Roneka Jenkins

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This paper suggests that, for a variety of reasons, the sociology of social stratification--and, as a consequence, mainstream sociology more generally--has neglected the topic of disability. Using material drawn from a range of sources, it is argued that disability is related in definite ways to social class. Further, it is also argued that disability must(More)
In inner-city Washington, D.C., lives a generation of young people for whom violence, discrimination, and poverty are a daily reality. Out-of-school-time programming by Facilitating Leadership in Youth provides youth with comprehensive support and services, trusting relationships, and gradually increasing leadership opportunities to elicit positive(More)
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