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Unformatted text preview: people in out community, to the goal of equity and justice, and to love (58). This quote goes on for about half a page and states many beautiful reason of what liberation and equality truly represent. I think that the main ideas and themes of this particular set of reading are the different faces of oppression, how we deal with them, and how we can avoid them. I think the main theme overall is that there will always be oppression and discrimination if we cannot make a change. Yes, we are born into specific environments with different beliefs, but until all of us can make a change there will be none. I really enjoyed reading these sections and think there is a lot to learn from the authors thoughts and writings. I thought the cycle of socialization and cycle of liberation were very interesting and the format allows for both understanding and critical thinking....
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course EDCS 301 taught by Professor Michaelhess during the Fall '11 term at Ohio University- Athens.
- Fall '11