Resources & Community

This section provides you with resources to engage more deeply with the topic & people.
  • Reimagining our futures together: a new social contract for education by UNESCO: This 186 page report (also available in an 11 page executive summary) offers a global perspective of the values, principles, and actions needed to transform education in order to build just and sustainable futures.
  • Community Development Practice From Canadian and Global Perspectives by Dr. Mahbub Hasan is a resource for students, social workers, and community leaders. The author and contributors have defined key concepts in this book and discussed theories, models, frameworks, and tools applied in community development practice in Canada and globally. The author used images, videos, and podcasts in each chapter to make this book purely digital, accessible, and interesting for readers. Academics, Community Development practitioners, and community activists from Canada and worldwide have contributed to this book.
  • Sami Schalk investigates the role that disability concerns have had in Black activism from the 1970s to the present in Black Disability Politics (also available in Open Access). Schalk demonstrates how Black people have always been politically involved with disability as a topic that is closely related to race and racism.
  • Author Interview with Dr. Gholdy Muhammad: Cultivating Genius: In this interview with Education Week, Dr. Muhammad describes her four-part equity framework for literacy and provides some examples showing how she “took teachings from history and applied them to today’s classrooms” in her book called Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy.


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