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How can the culturally diverse communities of America live justly and fruitfully together? Not by assimilation into the dominant culture ― nor by fighting for the freedom to pursue our own self-interest at the cost of our repressing both the wounds and the promising potential of our own cultural roots. This book offers a theory and practice of transformation that shows, especially through literature, education, and politics, how we can create a multicultural society that liberates our being as a fulfillment of the story of democracy. Perhaps for the first time in American history we are seeing the personal, political, historical, and sacred faces of women, people of color, and all ethnic groups as they tell their stories. It is this emerging scholarship that constitutes the new multicultural and feminine face of the story of democracy.
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Outlines a new multicultural and gender-fair scholarship which shows the way to a new form of democracy.About the Author:
DAVID T. ABALOS is Professor of Religious Studies and Sociology at Seton Hall University. He is the author of and The Latino Family and the Politics of Transformation (Praeger, 1993). In recognition for his work in the classroom, he was selected by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education as one of the top 10 university professors in the nation.
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