Special Issue: Celebrating Name's 10th Anniversary A Special Issue of multicultural Perspectives
This is Volume 79, Issue 4 2004 of 'Multicultural Perspectives' and this special issue celebrates NAME's 10th Anniversary. This includes a collection of works prior to the annual conference on November 15-19 in Orlando, Florida, were the members will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the founding of NAME (National Association for Multicultural Education). This is issue includes information on the founding of the organisation, as well as articles on: the treatment of citizens by the law and courts on television and film; Bilingual/Bicultural family narratives to help training and in-service teacher; the needs of Tibetan children in U.S. public schools; multi-racial and multi-ethnic students; and an article on hope that human-kind can work to eradicate hatred and injustice in America.
Contents: P. Lisi, P. Chinn, How to Write for Multicultural Perspectives Founders Profiles: A 10th Anniversary Tribute to the Founding Members of NAME. Part I:Advancing the Conversation. F. Wardle, Multiracial and Multiethnic Students: How They Must Belong. M. Heck, Eye Messages: A Partnership of Artmaking and Multicultural Education. N. Phuntsog, Immigrant Tibetan Children in U.S. Schools: An Invisible Minority Group. Part II:Multicultural Windows. Media Images. B. Beck, The Valley of the Shadow: The Hurricane, the Law, and Friends in Need. Part III:Creating Multicultural Classrooms. D. Hones, Storyweaving: Teacher Research With Bilingual/Bicultural Family Narratives. Part IV:Multicultural Library. Textbooks: F. Jackson, Review of The Color of Our Future, by Farai Chidaya. T. Rowland, Review of Digging Deep: Teaching Social Studies Through the Study of Archaeology, Edited by: D.P. Wolf, D. Balick, and J. Craven. Part V:Technology. P. Gorski, R. Heidelbach, B. Howe, M. Jackson, S. Tell.Forging Communities for Educational Exchange With Email Discussion. G.P. Smith, D.A. Batiste, C.V. Echols, Part VI:Guide to New Resources. Part VII:NAME National and Regional News.