Patricia's Reviews > Radical Equations: Civil Rights from Mississippi to the Algebra Project

Radical Equations by Robert P. Moses
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Nov 19, 10

bookshelves: anti-racism, didn-t-read, math, to-read
Read from October 31 to November 01, 2010

Civil rights pioneer wrote this book illustrating his journey from civil rights activist to math activist. He sees the disinterest in math education as creating a new generation of "sharecroppers" and has founded the Algebra Project to combat this.

The book spends a lot of time in Mississippi talking about Moses' civil rights days. I was looking for more information about the Algebra Project and lost interest in the book. I might pick it up again later.

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