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Student Hunger Strike at Columbia University
Daniel Gonzalo Alarcon
New York, New York


CUNY undocumented students organize to stay in college
Interview with Angelo
Mexican American Student Alliance
New York, New York


Re/Generating a National Movement:
Artists, Visionaries, What Might We Unleash?
by Andrea Assaf
Amherst, Massachusetts,

We Move Tonight: The Making of the Grenada Revolution
A Review
by Fadhilika Atiba-Weza
Brunswick, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine August 28, 2014


An Exploration Of The Mentoring Experiences Of African American Public School Superintendents In New York State
Fadhilika Atiba-Weza
The Sages Colleges
Troy, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine February 7, 2012


"Me in the Making:
One Man’s Journey to Becoming a School Superintendent"

A Review
by Fadhilika Atiba-Weza
Troy, New York


"Reflections of an Urban High School Principal"
A Review
by Fadhilika Atiba-Weza
Amityville, New York


On Nuclear Power
Reply to Doug Brugge Nuclear Power Article
by James E. Hopf, San Jose, California
"The huge downsides associated with both fossil and fissile energy sources"
by Doug Brugge, Boston, Massachusetts


Nuclear Power's Dirty Secrets
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts


Four poems from Wild Animals on the Moon
by Naomi Ayala
New Haven, Connecticut


Safety Is Not The Only Issue For Nuclear Power
Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine April 2, 2011


Pink Princess Racism
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts


Pay Attention to the Hazards of Uranium Extraction
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts


Science with the People
Community Research in Environmental Health Studies
in Science, Advocacy and Ethics
by Doug Brugge and H. Patricia Hynes
Boston, Massachusetts


The Impact of Loss of Academic Enrichment Programs
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts


The New Face of Racism
by Lauren Carter
Plainville, Massachusetts


Addressing disproportionate representation of minority students
in special education placement by refining the referral process
by Frank Conahan, Karen Burggraf, Vivian E. Nelson, Arden Bailey and Marilyn Ford
Charles County Public Schools
Department of Special Education
La Plata, Maryland


Bucking the Trend
Creating supports to help African American special education students stay in high school: Charles County Public School’s “Hiatus” Project
by Frank Conahan, Douglas Lamb, and Teresa Robinson
Charles County Public Schools
La Plata, Maryland


Tackling the Last Bastion of over-representation of African American students in Charles County Schools:
Achieving parity among students served under eligibility code 01, mental retardation
by Frank Conahan Ph.D., Patricia Vaira Ph.D.
La Plata, Maryland


UN World Summit on Sustainable Development
Food sovereignty is the right of peoples to define their own agriculture and food policies
Bill Christison
United Nations
New York, New York


Treaty on Genetic Commons
Food and Agriculture Organization presentation at the U.N.
Bill Christison
United Nations
New York, New York


Single-Sex Schools for Black and Latino Boys:
An Intervention in Search of Theory
by Edward Fergus, Katie Sciurba,
Margary Martin, and Pedro Noguera
New York, NewYork
Published in In Motion Magazine October 31, 2009

Social Security ain't broke
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire


Privatizing Social Security: Voodoo 2
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire


Taking a position on the Breaux -Thomas Medicare proposal
Without Medicare, the poverty rate among older adults would increase significantly
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire


Social Security and the Budget Surplus
The president's proposal would keep the surplus where it belongs, within Social Security, and prevent it from being frittered away on tax cuts tilted to the wealthy
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire


The White House Conference on Social Security
Different proposals to insure Social Security’s viability into the 21st century
by Steve Gorin
Washington, D.C.


EMS is becoming Ghetto Medicine
We need an expanded community healthcare system
Lester Greene
New York City


First Writing Since
(Poem on Crisis of Terror)
by Suheir Hammad
New York, New York 


The Far East Side . . .
Interview with musician/composer Jason Hwang
New York, New York


The California Recall and Proposition 54
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
Oakland, California



Where, Oh Where, Are the Black Male Performance Artists? (excerpt)
Homer Jackson
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Lincoln, the Movie
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 21, 2012


The Pentagon and the King Legacy
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York



"Those Damn Immigrants Again"
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York


The Christmas Eve Freedom Fighters
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York


Review of “ New York and Slavery:
Time To Teach the Truth”

by William Loren Katz
New York, New York


Waterboarding and U.S. History
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York


President Hugo Chavez:
And The Rise Of Black Indian Power
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York


For the Love of Family #2
by Tonia J. Leon
with photography by Barry Weiser
Huntington, New York


For the Love of Family
by Tonia J. Leon
(with photography by Barry Weiser)
Huntington, New York

A Shooting at Dorchester High School
by Jeff Lowenstein
Boston. Massachusetts

The Politics of School Reform:
A Broader and Bolder Approach for Newark

Pedro A. Noguera and Lauren Wells
New York University, New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 1, 2011

What We Are Doing Now Is Not Working
And May Actually Making Things Worse
"Breaking School Rules"
by Pedro Noguera, Ph.D.
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine November 9, 2011

A Broader and Bolder Approach to School Reform:
Expanded Partnership Roles for School Counselors
by Sam Steen, Ph.D.
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
and Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
New York University, New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine July 12, 2011

When Black Males Aren't at School:
A Qualitative Study of Promising Out-of-School-Time (OST) Programs Serving Black Males
by Margary M. Martin and Naomi M. Jefferson
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 25, 2011

The Status of Black Males:
At the Intersection of Risk, Resilience and Response

by Pedro Noguera
New York University, New York

Published in In Motion Magazine June 18, 2014

Children’s First and It’s Impact on Latino Students in New York City
By Luz Yadira Herrera, CUNY Graduate Center
Pedro A. Noguera, New York University
New York, New York

Published in In Motion Magazine September 7, 2013

Responding to the Challenges Confronting Black and Latino Males:
The Role of Public Policy in Countering
the “Crisis” and Promoting Success

by Pedro Noguera
New York University, New York

Published in In Motion Magazine January 9, 2014

Re-defining Masculinity
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine August 6, 2013

The Achievement Gap and The Schools We Need:
Creating the Conditions Where Race and Class No Longer Predict Student Achievement
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 3, 2012

"Saving" Black and Latino Boys
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 15, 2012

Creating the Schools We Need
Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine November 9, 2011

In Pursuit of our Common Interests:
A Framework for Building School and University Partnerships
to Improve Urban Schools and Teaching

by Pedro A. Noguera and Sarah L. Klevan
New York, New York


Creating A Constituency for Change
in the Direction of American Education

"A bottom-up campaign for change"
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York


The Race To The Top: Two articles

1. "We Need the President To ..."
2. Racing To The Top Or Running In Place
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York


The Change We Need in Education Policy
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 21, 2010


Accept it: Poverty Hurts Learning
Schools matter, but they're not all that matters
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 20, 2010


Closing the Achievement Gap:
Racial Inequality and The Unfinished Legacyof Civil Rights in America
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 23, 2010


Secretary Duncan: We need less scolding and more constructive ideas on how to move forward
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009


Rethinking Gifted Education
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009


Education Accountability Policy in the New Administration
by Pedro Noguera and Richard Rothstein
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009


Single-Sex Schools for Black and Latino Boys:
An Intervention in Search of Theory
by Edward Fergus, Katie Sciurba,
Margary Martin, and Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 31, 2009

Getting Ready for the New Majority:
How Schools Can Respond to Immigration and Demographic Change
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine May 3, 2009


How Colleges and Universities Can Promote K-12 Diversity
Response to: A Modest Proposal
by J. Chambers, J. C. Boger and W. Tobin

by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York


The Change We Need
Future of Education Policy in the Obama Administration
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 25, 2009


Creating Schools Where Race Does Not Matter:
The Role and Significance of Race in the Racial Achievement Gap
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 2, 2008


Rethinking Gifted Education
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 23, 2008


Renewing and Reinventing Freire:
A Source of Inspiration in Inner-City Youth Education
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York


Rethinking the Standards and Accountability
of No Child Left Behind
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York


Closing the Racial Achievement Gap:
The Best Strategies of the Schools We Send Them To
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York


Patriotism and Accountability:
The Role of Educators in the War On Terrorism
by Pedro Noguera and Robby Cohen
New York, New York


School Reform and Second Generation Discrimination:
Toward the Development of Equitable Schools
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


It Takes More Than Pressure to Improve Failing High Schools
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


Latino Youth: Immigration, Education and the Future
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


And What Will Become of Children Like Miguel Fernandez?
Education, Immigration and the Future of Latinos in the United States
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


Transforming Urban Schools Through Investments
in the Social Capital of Parents
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


Reforming Public High Schools:
The Greatest Educational Challenge

by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


Re-thinking School Safety
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Brown Decision
by Pedro A. Noguera and Robert Cohen
New York, New York


Going Beyond the Slogans and Rhetoric
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York


A Basis for Hope
Urban Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of American Education
Finding Hope Among the Hopeless
by Pedro A. Noguera

New York, New York


Taking on the Tough Issues:
The Role of Educational Leaders in Restoring Public Faith in Public Education

by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


“Joaquin’s dilemma”
Understanding the link between racial identity and school-related behaviors
by Pedro Antonio Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


The Trouble with Black Boys:
The Role and Influence of Environmental and Cultural Factors
on the Academic Performance of African American Males
by Pedro Antonio Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


Racial Isolation, Poverty and the Limits of Local Control
as a Means for Holding Public Schools Accountable
by Pedro Antonio Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


Youth perspectives on Violence and the Implications for Public Policy
by
Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


Racial Politics and The Elusive Quest for Excellence and Equity in Education
by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


The Role and Influence of Environmental and Cultural Factors on the Academic Performance of African American Males
by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


What's Behind the Push Toward the Privatization
of Public Education in the United States

by
Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts


High Stakes Testing
"High stakes tests attached to high school graduation lead to increased drop-out rates, particularly for poor and minority students."
by Gary Orfield and Johanna Wald
Cambridge, Massachusetts


VOODOO//bu$h coup
in honor of the 200th Anniversary of Haiti’s Revolution
by Ewuare Osayande
Camden, New Jersey


Interview with Logan Perkins
of the organization Food For Maine’s Future
Local Economies and a Just Food System
Matola, Mozambique


Alice & Zora: An Interview with Valerie Boyd and Evelyn C. White
(Biographies of Alice Walker and Zora Neale Hurston)
by Felicia Pride
Boston, Massachusetts



Inside the river of poetry
by Louis Reyes Rivera
New York, New York


The Global Food Crisis and the Right to Food
Via Campesina Statement at the UN General Assembly
Henry Saragih
New York, New York


Myths and Facts about the Coup in Honduras
By Carol Schachet
Boston, Massachussetts
Published in In Motion Magazine August 25, 2009


Jazz and the Politics of Identity:
The Musical Legacy of Jim Pepper
by Bill Siegel
Nashua, New Hampshire


Jim Pepper: "The Man Who Never Sleeps"
Bill Siegel
Nashua, New Hampshire


Theaters Against War (THAW)
after the New Orleans National Convergence of
Artists, Educators and Organizers
by Sophia Skiles
New York, New York


"This is a Bronx-bound Number Four Train.
Mind the closing doors."

by Lanny Smith
New York, New York


Rules of Engagement
Interview with musician/composer Jeff Song
Boston, Massachusetts


Feeding the Factory Farm
How U.S. Farm Policy Benefits Industrial Livestock Operations
and Hurts Family Farmers
by Elanor Starmer
Boston, Massachusetts


Toxic Injustice
"... the military’s use of Agent Orange"
Part 1: What Was Done
Part 2: What Must Be Done
by Aaron Sussman,
Middletown, Connecticut


They Hate Our Freedom:
The Truth about the Military Commissions Act
by Aaron Sussman,
Middletown, Connecticut
Published in In Motion Magazine November 8, 2006


I've Had Enough of Haditha
Time to Shut Up and Support the Troops
by Aaron Sussman,
Middletown, Connecticut
Published in In Motion Magazine June 30, 2006


Interview with Shirley Wilcher
Civil Rights Since the 2003 Supreme Court
Affirmative Action Decisions

-- Combating Circumventions and Political Interpretations --
Accokeek, Maryland


Icon art for all regions
by Leon Sun.


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