ERIC Number: ED403435
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Exploring African and Latin American Relationships: Enhancing Cooperation and Eliminating Barriers. Annual Adult Education Research Symposium Proceedings (6th, Chicago, Illinois, April 13, 1996). Revised Edition.
Williams, LaJuana K., Ed.
This document contains 14 papers presented at an annual symposium sponsored by Northern Illinois University's Department of Leadership and Educational Policy Studies and College of Education. First, information about the symposium's history and participants is presented. The following papers constitute the remainder of the document: "Eliminating Barriers through Language" (Rosita L. Marcano); "African-American Males Marshaling Self-Reliance through a Social Movement: The Million Man March" (Johnnie Crowder); "Black Liberation vs. Feminism in the Writings of Two Black Feminists" (Tarina Galloway); "Where Do We Stand? A Statistical Portrait of Latino and African-American Chicago" (Margaret Villanueva, Brian Erdman, Larry Howlett); "Building Bridges to Underserved Populations: Implications for African and Latin Americans" (William H. Young); "Afro-Latins in America" (Georges Germain); "Voter Empowerment and Adult Education: A Social Change Perspective" (James E. Hunt); "Removing the Barriers for the Economically Disadvantaged from Achieving Higher Education in Chile" (Ronald Everett, Rosita Marcano, Glenn Smith); "Infusing Diversity in a Research Course: A Social Constructivist Approach" (Wanda D. Bracy); "Building Bridges between Latina/o and African-American Leaders" (George Gutierrez, Mary Heather Hannah, Keith Armstrong); "Knowing Self, Communicating, and Integrating with Others in a Common Goal to Succeed through Education" (George Gutierrez, Sylvia Fuentes, Susan Timm); "Perspectives of African-American Enlisted Military Personnel on Military/Civilian Learning" (Patricia Easley, Pamela Jones); "Multicultural Experiences in Literary Consciousness: Lessons for African/Latin-American Alliances" (Sandra J. Rainey); and "Using Local and Ethnic Poetry to Improve Basic Writing Skills" (Jane Mueller Ungari). (MN)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, American Indians, Blacks, Constructivism (Learning), Cultural Differences, Economically Disadvantaged, Educational Cooperation, Empowerment, Ethnic Groups, Feminism, Foreign Countries, Fused Curriculum, Higher Education, Hispanic Americans, Interpersonal Communication, Military Training, Multicultural Education, Outreach Programs, Poetry, Racial Relations, Self Concept, Social Change, Writing Skills
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Chicago City Colleges, IL. Malcolm X Coll.; Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb.
Identifiers - Location: Chile; Illinois (Chicago); United States