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Challenging racism at work

Nicola Dandridge

Challenging racism at work

using the law.

by Nicola Dandridge

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Published by Trades Union Congress in London .
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ContributionsTrades Union Congress.
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Pagination35p. ;
Number of Pages35
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Open LibraryOL21859644M

In Challenging Oppression, Mullaly examines the personal, cultural, and structural or institutional levels of oppression. He demonstrates how and why social workers should approach those who experience social problems based on an imposed inferior type of citizenship (gender, age, disabilities, colour, sexuality) with a broader and deeper understanding of the dynamics and various forms of. Challenging Work Raises Tough Questions on Race. By Gregory M. Lamb. Gregory M. Lamb is on the Monitor. Read preview. The book, "The End of Racism: Principles for a Multiracial Society," hardly could stand alone as a balanced assessment of racism in America today. But now that it is in the public arena, one can only hope it will serve a.


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