Social Justice and Human Rights
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

NCC Associate Professor Paul Gorski Coedits New Literary Anthology Insisting on Educational Justice

Voices for diversity and social justice

Voices for Diversity and Social Justice: A Literary Education Anthology uses prose, poetry and art to uncover and understand the bias, discrimination and policy challenges that are present in many US schools. Contributors include students, educators, activists and others. The book is co-edited by New Century College Associate Professor Paul Gorski, who leads George Mason University’s graduate program in Social Justice and Human Rights. The book is published by Rowman and Littlefield and is available through Amazon.



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