The Vision and Challenge of Martin Luther King, Jr. (bulletin insert)
Conflict Transformation, Nonviolence, and Justice
An annotated guide to over 400 outstanding books, manuals, audiovisuals, and websites.
Women´s Video Gallery – new in 2014
See also the following references:
Re-imagining race and ethnicity
Patricia Raybon, My First White Friend: Confessions on Race, Love, and Forgiveness,* well-written and helpful (Viking, 1996); Paul Kivel, Uprooting Racism, insightful, practicalmanual (New Society, ’96); Clyde W. Ford, We Can All Get Along* (Dell, ‘94); Paul deYoung, Reconciliation (Judson, ’97) ; Barndt,* Collum, Friedman, Gonzalez, Law, Park, West,* www.lhra.org (dead link) Ronald Takaki, A Different Mirror, history of multicultural America (Little Brown, ‘93); M. AnnetteJaimes, ed., The State of Native America, a superb collection (South End, ’92); Juan Gonzalez, Harvest of Empire, latino/a history (Viking, ’00); William Wei, The Asian American Movement (Temple, ’93); Juan Williams, Eyes on the Prize,* PBS series companion volume (Blackside, ‘87),Vincent Harding, Hope and History* (Orbis, ‘90)…also: Banks,* Berger, Coleman, Katz, Marable,* www.civilrights.org www.avpusa.org www.cair.org www.nclr.org www.adc.org
Richard Deats, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Spirit Led Prophet, brief, well-written survey that does justice to King’s nonviolence and spiritual roots (New City Press, 2003) …see also accounts by Ansbro, Branch,* Carson,* Cone,* Dyson,* Garrow,* Harding, Oates, Schulke and McPhee*… Martin Luther King, Jr., Where Do We Go From Here,* his prescient last book; James M. Washington, ed., I Have a Dream,* the best brief MLK anthology, and A Testament of Hope,* a major collection (HarperCollins, 1995, ‘86); The MLK Companion,* King quotations (St. Martin’s, ’93); a wealth of material is available at: www.mlkonline.com and www.stanford.edu/group/King
Sexuality and Gender
Riane Eisler, The Chalice and the Blade* (HarperCollins, 1988); Cynthia Enloe, Maneuvers: …Militarizing Women’s Lives* (Calif., ‘00); Susan Griffin, Chorus of Stones* (Doubleday, ‘92), provocative, influential; Barbara Deming, We Are All Part of One Another* (New Society, ‘84); Harriet Alonso, Peace as a Women‘s Issue (Syracuse, ’93); www.wilpf.org Mel White, Stranger at the Gate* by the nonviolent “Soul Force” leader (Penguin, ‘95) www.soulforce.org; Mark Thompson, ed., Long Road to Freedom,* a well-illustrated history of the gay and lesbian movement (St. Martin’s, ‘94); Barry Adam, Rise of a Gay and Lesbian Movement (Twayne,‘95)…also: Bawer, Boyd,* Heyward,* Marcus,* Schulman, Sullivan, Wink* Flora Davis, Moving the Mountain,* a fine history of the US women’s movement (Simon & Schuster, 1991); Elise Boulding, The Underside of History, an enlightening survey (Westview, ‘93)…hooks,* Lerner, Nelson, Ruether,* Spender,* Steinem, www.reconcilingworks.org www.now.org www.feminist.org
The above references are an excerpt from: Transforming Our World – A compact “best of the best” catalog of the most useful books, manuals, and websites, selected by teachers, researchers, parents, and activists from the Peace and Justice Resource Center.