This issue of Dialogues in Social Justice raises the question: What do current movements like Black Lives Matter mean to Black people in the U.S. with its long history of White supremacy from colonialism and slavery to today and specifically what does it mean for adult education?Read more about Call for Manuscripts - Being Black in the United States
THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE AUTHORS WHO SUBMITTED MANUSCRIPTS TO BOTH OUR WHITE SUPREMACY & PRIVILEGE AND OUR SOCIAL MEDIA, ADULT EDUCATION AND RESISTENCE ISSUES. OUR WHITE SUPREMACY & PRIVILEGE ISSUE WAS PUBLISHED MARCH, 2020. DUE TO THE IMPRESSIVE RESPONSE, A SECOND WHITE SUPREMACY & PRIVILEGE ISSUE IS FORTHCOMING. THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF DSJ.
Currently Accepting Manuscript Proposals - Liberation Theology, Adult Education & Social Justice: Winter 20212020-02-10
This themed issue aims to explore the intersections between Liberation Theology, Adult Education, and Social Justice beginning with the life of Freire but moving beyond to other liberation theologists invested in adult education both formally and informally as a vehicle for addressing oppression and social injustices. Religious and spiritual adult educators of all faiths and community based organizations who teach and write from an emancipatory adult theoretical framework should consider submitting.
Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal is seeking manuscripts for publication consideration in upcoming issues of the journal.Read more about Call for Manuscripts