Sociology

The School to Prison Pipeline

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Covers the disadvantages faced by poor and minority youth that often lead to incarceration. Includes for suggestions to resist this path.
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chicagofreedomschool.org
hullhousemuseum.org
www.project-nia.org

Trying to Make the Personal Political: Femnism and Consciousness-Raising, A reprint of: Consciousness-Raising Guidelines (1975)

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60612 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, Trying to Make the Personal Political: Femnism and Consciousness-Raising, A reprint of: Consciousness-Raising Guidelines (1975)
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2017
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Nuestra Cominidad: A Day on Paseo Boricua

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5500 North St. Louis Avenue
60625 Chicago, IL
United States
US
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magazine,Nuestra Cominidad: A Day on Paseo Boricua
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January 2012
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40
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10
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Que Ondee Sola was established in 1972 and remains the oldest Puerto Rican & Latina/o university student publication in the United States. Our mission is to provide the Northeastern Illinois University community with a relevant and engaging publication that deals with student issues with a focus on Puerto Rican and Latinas/os, our communities, and our patrias.
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English
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Library Excavations, Issue #1: Correctional Advertising 1979-1989

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400 S State St Harold Washington Library Center
60605 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, Library Excavations #1: Correctional Advertising 1979-1989
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August 2016
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1
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Zine is part of a project that "highlights and activated physical materials found in public libraries." Contents come from issues of "Corrections Today" found at Harold Washington Library.
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English
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Public Collectors

The Point, Issue Twelve

The Point, Issue Eleven

The Point, Issue Nine

The Point, Issue 7

Home is a Dirty Street

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7822 S. Dobson Ave.
60619 Chicago, IL
United States
US
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Book, Perkins Eugene , Home is a Dirty Street
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1975
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"Eugene Perkins has written a profound and deeply disturbing book which should be read by every person in this troubled land… Because he has a primary relationship with oppressed black children and because his subject with compassion and an arsenal of new and the social commentator, he reveals nuances and subtleties which are beyond the range of the traditional social scientists."- Lerone Bennet, Jr. Abstract found on the back cover of book.
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0883780488
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The Netherlands

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August 2013
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8
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In this zine, Miyuki Baker takes an in-depth look at the LGBT scene in Amsterdam, Utrecht, and Leiden, The Netherlands. In some ways this serves as a travel guide by showcasing queer events, places of interest to visit, workshops, and information about the organization Gay & School. Miyuki also showcases major players in the scene through feature articles and interviews, including photographer Daan Stringer, Nora Uitterlingen and Ilja Hermans.
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