Forgotten Citizens

Author: Luis Zayas
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190211148
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Children like Virginia and Brandon have been silenced and their stories largely overlooked in the broader debates about immigration policy. As this book demonstrates, we can no longer afford to ignore them.

Finding My Way Back To The Big Easy

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Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434910776
Size: 62.36 MB
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and.. Citizens. Forgotten. Time is a funny thing, we never seem to have enough of
it in our lives. Have you ever wished that you could step off and have nothing to
do? Have you ever dreamed of a long vacation? Or have you ever wished that
just one week you didn't have anything to do or any place to go? Vacations had
become an all consuming act of coordinating everyone's schedules, planning
and preparing. By the time it was over, I usually needed a vacation from my
vacation.

Nothing Is Forgotten

Author: Aksamala
Publisher: Aksamala
ISBN: 9788192253930
Size: 20.69 MB
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The stories include elements of love, wrath, warmth, anger, and innumerable aspects entwined with either a journey of childhood, finding love or coming back home to mum's cooking.

Diplomacy And Developing Nations

Author: Maurice A. East
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135761124
Size: 22.59 MB
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forgotten. sovereign. Citizens,. states. and. foreign. policy. in. the. south. Steven.
Friedman. It has become a commonplace to assert that the sovereignty of states
in general, and those in the South in particular, is constrained as never before -
domestically and in the international arena. On the home front, states are said to
be restricted by the power of the foreign investor, and of the international financial
institutions and Northern governments which act in their support. In some ...

Between The Homeland And The Diaspora

Author: Susanah Lily L. Mendoza
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415931571
Size: 44.82 MB
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... "regionalism," and a "damaged culture" (Iyer, 1989; Fallows, 1987). In the U.S.
they are the "forgotten Asian Americans" (Cordova, 1983), "the New Empire's
forgetful and forgotten citizens" (Campomanes, Spring 1995), subject to all kinds
of institutional invisibility (Campomanes, January 1994), a diasporic mass "in
need of a cartography and a geopolitical project" (San Juan, 1997, p. 13).
Interestingly enough, Theorizing Filipino and Filipino American Cultural Politics:
The Search for ...

Poverty In Contemporary Literature

Author: B. Korte
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137429291
Size: 67.63 MB
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for the poor and the dispossessed, the nation's forgotten citizens” (1973, 61). The
photo of two-year-old Roche, published in the Sunday Times Magazine in August
1965, was used by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
to alert its contemporary spectators to a “forgotten” problem of child poverty in the
post-war Welfare State, and to raise donations, as Roche reveals at the end of his
narrative: Britain was supposed to be a brave new world, a country where there ...

Intercultural Alliances

Author: Mary Jane Collier
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 0761925902
Size: 29.32 MB
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174), and a “damaged culture” (Fallows, 1987). Filipinos have also been accused
of suffering from all sorts of cultural malaise (such as an “identity crisis” and “
regionalism”5). In the United States, Filipino Americans are the “forgotten Asian
Americans” (Cordova, 1983), “the New Empire's forgetful and forgotten citizens” (
Campomanes, 1995), subject to all kinds of institutional invisibility (Campomanes
, 1994), a diasporic mass “in need of a cartography and a geopolitical project” (
San ...

Power And The Promise Of School Reform

Author: William J. Reese
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807742279
Size: 19.43 MB
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... populists, feminists, liberals, and other forgotten citizens shaped the world of
mass schooling: the working-class poets who wanted playgrounds and school
lunches for the poor; the parents who questioned the value of vaccination; the
children who boycotted school; the immigrants who participated at the social
centers; the men and women who marched in labor parades and demanded
political equality and justice in the market place. How to improve public education
often became ...

Forgotten Summers

Author: Donald M. Kington
Publisher: Two Decades Pub
ISBN: 9780964578906
Size: 63.94 MB
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Kington presents institutional history in human terms, with fascinating results,"--Bernard Nalty, author & retired Air Force historian; "Kington's history of CMTC vividly recreates an almost forgotten chapter in the history of the U.S. Army ...