ADED 700-McCain, Julia-Journal Entry Ch

ADED 700-McCain, Julia-Journal Entry Ch - -1Julia McCain...

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-1 Julia McCain Dr. Waldrum ADED 700: History and Philosophy of Adult and Continuing Education Journal Entry-Chapter 14: Education’s Role in Addressing Unfinished Agendas April 27, 2008 The Inquiry was an organization established to eliminate social conflict through social education and was created by some members of the National Conference on the Christian Way who believed that education was a better way to resolve conflict. This organization was founded and led by Bruno Lasker and financed by philanthropy. The Inquiry conducted research projects and created experimental programs in social conflict resolution. Another organization organized and created by southern white women was the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching (ASWPL). The belief that only by the leadership of white women could lynching be prevented sprung out of meetings between the educated, middle-class women of both races in the Women’s Committee of the Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Both the Inquiry and the ASWPL were short-termed organizations. Many suffragists fought and struggled for women’s rights and started the
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2010 for the course SCHOOL OF ADED 700 taught by Professor Waldrum during the Spring '09 term at N.C. A&T.

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ADED 700-McCain, Julia-Journal Entry Ch - -1Julia McCain...

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