Telling stories to change the world : global voices on the power of narrative to build community and make social justice claims / edited by Rickie Solinger, Madeline Fox, and Kayhan Irani.  (Text) (Text)

Solinger, Rickie, 1947- | Fox, Madeline | Irani, Kayhan
Call no.: HM761 .T45 2008Series: Teaching/learning social justice: Publication: New York : Routledge, 2008Description: xii, 263 p. : illISBN: 9780415960809 (pbk.); 0415960800 (pbk.)Subject(s): Community lifeStorytellingSocial changeLOC classification: HM761 | .T45 2008
Contents:Zuni river, Shiwinan k'yawinanne : cultural confluence / by Edward Wemytewa and Tia Oros Peters -- The memory book project in Kampala, Uganda : we're not going to die today or tomorrow / by Margaret Ssweankambo [and others] ; edited by Madeline Fox -- Telling the truth : how breaking silence brought redemption to one Mississippi town / by Susan M. Glisson -- Our ancestors danced like this : Maya youth respond to genocide through ancestral arts / by Czarina Aggabao Thelen -- An unlikely alliance : Germans and Jews collaborate to teach the lessons of the Holocaust / by Deborah Roth-Howe [and others] -- Storytelling in Sistersong and the Voices of Feminism project / by Loretta J. Ross -- "Our stories told by us" : the neighborhood story project in New Orleans / by Rachel Breunlin, Abram Himelstein, and Ashley Nelson -- A story of suicide and social change in contemporary China / by Sharon R. Wesoky -- Depo diaries and the power of stories / by Etobssie Wako and Cara Page -- Immigrant stories in the Hudson Valley / by Jo Salas -- Our stories, their decisions voter education project / by Natasha Freidus -- Drawing attention to Darfur / by Annie Sparrow -- Insan Natak : Phoenix or dodo in Lahore / by Muhammad Mushtaq -- Everyone needs to know : five stories about AIDS and art in India / by Nandita Palchoudhuri [and others] -- The we that sets us free : imagining a world without prisons / by Alice do Valle -- Hearing the great ancestors and "women living under Muslim laws" / by Aisha Lee Fox Shaheed -- Creating a forum : LGBTQ youth and the home project in Chicago / by Megan Carney -- From storytelling to community development : Jaghori, Afghanistan / by Wahid Omar -- Sins invalid : disability, dancing, and claiming beauty / by Patty Berne -- Anne Braden, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Rigoberta Menchu : using personal narrative to build activist movements / by Catherine Fosl -- Trafficking trauma : intellectual property rights and the political economy of traumatic storytelling in South Africa / by Christopher J. Colvin -- Imagining Cuba : storytelling and the politics of exile / by Myra Mendible -- Stories in law / by Martha Minow.
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Zuni river, Shiwinan k'yawinanne : cultural confluence / by Edward Wemytewa and Tia Oros Peters -- The memory book project in Kampala, Uganda : we're not going to die today or tomorrow / by Margaret Ssweankambo [and others] ; edited by Madeline Fox -- Telling the truth : how breaking silence brought redemption to one Mississippi town / by Susan M. Glisson -- Our ancestors danced like this : Maya youth respond to genocide through ancestral arts / by Czarina Aggabao Thelen -- An unlikely alliance : Germans and Jews collaborate to teach the lessons of the Holocaust / by Deborah Roth-Howe [and others] -- Storytelling in Sistersong and the Voices of Feminism project / by Loretta J. Ross -- "Our stories told by us" : the neighborhood story project in New Orleans / by Rachel Breunlin, Abram Himelstein, and Ashley Nelson -- A story of suicide and social change in contemporary China / by Sharon R. Wesoky -- Depo diaries and the power of stories / by Etobssie Wako and Cara Page -- Immigrant stories in the Hudson Valley / by Jo Salas -- Our stories, their decisions voter education project / by Natasha Freidus -- Drawing attention to Darfur / by Annie Sparrow -- Insan Natak : Phoenix or dodo in Lahore / by Muhammad Mushtaq -- Everyone needs to know : five stories about AIDS and art in India / by Nandita Palchoudhuri [and others] -- The we that sets us free : imagining a world without prisons / by Alice do Valle -- Hearing the great ancestors and "women living under Muslim laws" / by Aisha Lee Fox Shaheed -- Creating a forum : LGBTQ youth and the home project in Chicago / by Megan Carney -- From storytelling to community development : Jaghori, Afghanistan / by Wahid Omar -- Sins invalid : disability, dancing, and claiming beauty / by Patty Berne -- Anne Braden, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Rigoberta Menchu : using personal narrative to build activist movements / by Catherine Fosl -- Trafficking trauma : intellectual property rights and the political economy of traumatic storytelling in South Africa / by Christopher J. Colvin -- Imagining Cuba : storytelling and the politics of exile / by Myra Mendible -- Stories in law / by Martha Minow.

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