Raising Free People Unschooling as Liberation and Healing Work

Raising Free People  Unschooling as Liberation and Healing Work
Author : Akilah S. Richards
Publisher :
Total Pages : 192
Release : 2020-12
ISBN 10 : 1629638331
ISBN 13 : 9781629638331
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Raising Free People Unschooling as Liberation and Healing Work Book Description:

Families and conscious organizations across the world are healing generations of school wounds by pivoting into self-directed, intentional community-building, and Raising Free People shows you exactly how unschooling can help facilitate this process. Individual experiences influence our approach to parenting and education, so we need more than the rules, tools, and ""bad adult"" guilt trips found in so many parenting and education books. Raising Free People explores examples of the transition from school or homeschooling to unschooling, how single parents and people facing financial challenges unschool successfully, and the ways unschooling allows us to address generational trauma and unlearn the habits we mindlessly pass on to children. In these detailed and unabashed stories and insights, Richards examines the ways that her relationships to blackness, decolonization, and healing work all combine to form relationships and enable community-healing strategies rooted in an unschooling practice.

Raising Freedom s Child

Raising Freedom s Child
Author : Mary Niall Mitchell
Publisher : NYU Press
Total Pages : 336
Release : 2010-04-09
ISBN 10 : 9780814796337
ISBN 13 : 0814796338
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Raising Freedom s Child Book Description:

The Pacific Northwest is known for its diverse, unusual politics. There are thriving gay and lesbian communities and populations of staunchly conservative Christians. Both groups wield political power out of proportion to their numbers and yet both feel beleaguered. How do members of these groups—both community leaders and everyday citizens—perceive the political climates that surround them This book tells a tale of two Northwestern cities: Seattle, well known nationally for its liberalism, and Spokane, its conservative cousin to the east. Weathering Change characterizes the ways these liberal and conservative environments translate into hostility and hospitality for the Christian conservatives, gay men, and lesbians who live within them. Linneman gives us a firsthand account of how people from both groups think about social change in relation to the media, the public, the government, their communities, and their opposition. Indeed, we gain much needed insight into why Christian conservatives view the progress of the gay and lesbian movement as such a threat.

Fundamental Liberties of a Free People

Fundamental Liberties of a Free People
Author : Milton Konvitz
Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 452
Release : 2018-01-16
ISBN 10 : 9781351310666
ISBN 13 : 1351310666
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fundamental Liberties of a Free People Book Description:

Of the American Bill of Rights, perhaps the forty-five words that comprise the First Amendment-allowing freedom of religion, speech, press, and assembly, and the guaranty of the writ of habeas corpus-are the most precious. Only a legal expert could lay claim to truly understanding the meaning and intention of those basic freedoms. Yet it is precisely the expert, knowing the complexity of the subject, who would be the first to hesitate to claim to possess such a thorough understanding. In analyzing such freedoms basic to American society, Milton Konvitz helps make comprehending our fundamental liberties easier. The book is divided into three parts: I. Freedom of Religion; II. Freedom of Speech, Press, and Assembly; III. Freedom of Speech, Press, and Assembly: The Clear and Present Danger Doctrine. The reader will find included such topics as the debate over the scope of the separation of Church and State, whether or not freedom of religion is an absolute right, religious freedom prior to 1776, the liberty of private schools, heresy, the right for a religious group to seek converts, the freedoms not to speak and listen, obscene literature, picketing in labor disputes, the freedom to think and believe, abridgments of speech and press, and loyalty oaths and guilt by association. Konvitz's work includes an important chapter on the history of the adoption of the Bill of Rights. His careful tracing of the development of constitutional attitudes to the freedoms protected by the First Amendment is a scholarly benchmark, and is still an archetype for students doing research and writing about these issues. It is of critical importance to anyone seeking an authoritative statement on the basic liberties guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.Fundamental Liberties of a Free People is a relevant and practical guide to understanding the liberties so fundamental to a free society. In his new introduction and afterword, author Milton Konvitz brings First Amendment developments up to 2002. It will be welcomed by students and scholars of constitutional law, government, politics, religion, and American history.

Free People of Color in the Spanish Atlantic

Free People of Color in the Spanish Atlantic
Author : Federica Morelli
Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 248
Release : 2020-05-30
ISBN 10 : 9781000080896
ISBN 13 : 1000080897
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Free People of Color in the Spanish Atlantic Book Description:

This book grapples with the important contemporary question of the boundaries of citizenship and access to naturalization by analyzing a body of relevant juridical sources, dating from the end of the eighteenth century to the first half of the nineteenth century, concerning the free people of color in late colonial and early independent Spanish America. Their precarious status makes this group a privileged subject to examine the negotiation and formation of racial identity as well as the definition of citizenship requirements in colonial and post-colonial contexts. Based on archival material collected in Spain (Seville and Madrid) and Latin America (Mexico City, Bogotá, Quito, Lima and Buenos Aires), the book demonstrates that the access of free people of color to citizenship both in the late colonial and early independent period was not established by state authorities, but resulted from complex dynamics between the state and the local society.

Free People Free Markets

Free People  Free Markets
Author : George Melloan
Publisher : Encounter Books
Total Pages : 368
Release : 2017-07-11
ISBN 10 : 9781594039324
ISBN 13 : 1594039321
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Free People Free Markets Book Description:

This book is about how the Wall Street Journal's opinion pages became the leading forum for the discussion of political and economic policies in the US. The Wall Street Journal also is international, with print editions in Europe and Asia, translated supplements in many foreign newspapers and online products available globally. The opinions on its pages are thus also part of an international debate. This book goes back to the original editorials of Charles Dow and his beliefs in political and economic freedom, to explain how the Journal attained such prominence and influence.

A Parent s Guilt free Guide to Raising Jewish Kids

A Parent s Guilt free Guide to Raising Jewish Kids
Author : Steven Carr Reuben
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages : 200
Release : 2002
ISBN 10 : 9781401048587
ISBN 13 : 1401048587
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

A Parent s Guilt free Guide to Raising Jewish Kids Book Description:

This book reveals the three key rules for raising Jewishly ethical children, and the three holidays that can help you teach them the most important values of Judaism. Designed for Jews and non-Jews alike, it is a non-judgmental guide to being a partner in transmitting Jewish culture, tradition, and identity to your children in an authentic and accessible way. Throughout this book you will find suggestions for creating a warm, personal Jewish lifestyle that can add to the richness and quality of your child-rearing experiences. It is a practical guide to raising children with a positive Jewish self-image.

Free People

Free People
Author : Tricia Gates Brown
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total Pages : 240
Release : 2005-11-01
ISBN 10 : 9781597524339
ISBN 13 : 1597524336
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Free People Book Description:

AT ONCE AN INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL ECONOMICS AND a Christian ethical examination of it, 'Free People' looks at one of the most pressing challenges facing followers of Jesus today. How does one love God and neighbor while enmeshed in a globalized economy, where our lives are networked with and impact the lives of people all around the world? Written in a highly readable style, this book defines global economics in terms a non-economist can appreciate, and describes how the global economy dominates people - from sweatshop workers in Bangladesh, to coffee farmers in Central America, to citizens of northern democracies. The second half of the book offers a fresh look at biblical insights on wealth and its usage, and at the New Testament concept of principalities and powers. Finally, 'Free People' suggests ways for Christians to live humanly in these times, by looking at the lives of specific people who - in simple, practical ways - resist the dehumanizing power of global economics.

Constitution for a Free People for City County Provincial State and National Governments

Constitution for a Free People  for City  County  Provincial  State and National Governments
Author : Douglas Robinson Buck
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Total Pages : 388
Release : 2017-01-31
ISBN 10 : 9781524648756
ISBN 13 : 1524648752
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Constitution for a Free People for City County Provincial State and National Governments Book Description:

Constitution for a Free People presents all the principles and tools needed to create a charter for freedom for any government: city, county, state, nation, or colony on the Moon or Mars. It is based on the inspired original Constitution for the United States, with worthy safeguards to secure liberty for the people and curb the growth of power by any person or special group. It assumes that men and women are born free and that most, when they arrive at the years of majority, are able to come together, deliberate on their common needs, and solve problems. It hails the U.S. Constitution as a charter of liberty and shows how the ideas behind its creation can become the basis for any government. Many statements from the Founders of the United States are given in support. This is not a history book, although some history is included. It is not a political science tome, although may be used as a handbook for students and statesmen. It is not a political tract, although conservative by nature. And it is not a novel or fiction. It is a plan for a government of the people, by the people and for the people, a plan to keep most political decision making close to home, a plan to secure for all people their best hope for liberty, prosperity and happiness.

Free People Free Markets

Free People  Free Markets
Author : Ralph L. Bayrer
Publisher : New Academia Publishing, LLC
Total Pages : 474
Release : 2010
ISBN 10 : 9780982386743
ISBN 13 : 0982386745
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Free People Free Markets Book Description:

"Relying on thorough scholarship and clarity of argument, Bayrer makes the compelling case that mankind's progress in the last millennium rests on a narrow foundation of freedom, a lesson people forget at their peril."--John McCain, U.S. senator.