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schools that work
phumlani secondary school, katlehong, johannesburg
grade 12 in the new south africa
department of justice
national crime victims' rights awardee
how to fix south africa's schools
lessons from schools that work a book by molly blank & jonathan jansen
rise up for equity
reclaiming the narrative in appalachia and native america
through the eyes of descendants of the jewish community of sighet, romania, Memory Keepers explores how different generations carry memory and continue to experience the tragedy of the holocaust.
why some schools work
where do i stand?
When xenophobic attacks broke out across South Africa in 2008, many were shocked by violence that felt like a violation of the principles of their newly democratic nation. Where Do I Stand? is a window into the lives of seven young people thinking deeply about their actions during and after this violence