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Against Borders: Promoting Books for a Multicultural World

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Educators and librarians already face the challenge of designing their curriculums to incorporate material that reflects the multicultural student populations they must help to educate and develop. Against Borders is a resource book designed to aid teachers and librarians in directing students, primarily grades 6 to 12, to reading materials by, or about, people from ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published May 29th 2001 by American Library Association (first published August 1993)
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Hazel Rochman, editor of ALA's Booklist, has compiled a fantastic collection of multicultural and global-issues books. Copyright 1993, so a somewhat dated list, but loads of good info. Also very compelling.
Agnes
I. Themes: Journeys Across Cultures
II. Resources: Going Global
Racial Oppression
Ethnic USA: African, Asian, Jewish, Latinos, Native Americans

Publication year 1993
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Hazel Rochman was born and raised in South Africa, where she worked as a journalist. She left Johannesburg for England in 1963, and the following year, the South African authorities withdrew the passports of her and her husband. She taught high school in London, and in 1972 she and her husband moved to Chicago. A graduate of the University of Chicago, she worked for eight years as a junior high ...more
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