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Trotter Review 

About: Trotter Review is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Higher education & Racism. It has an ISSN identifier of 1070-695X. Over the lifetime, 146 publication(s) have been published receiving 588 citation(s).


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Abstract: Abstract Several identifiable approaches to the integration of ethnic content into the curriculum have evolved since the 1960s, The Contributions Approach to in tegration is one of the most frequently used and is often used extensively during the first phase of an ethnic revival movement. This approach is characterized by the addition of ethnic heroes into the curriculum that are selected using criteria similar to those used to select mainstream heroes for inclusion into the curriculum. The mainstream curriculum remains unchanged in terms of its basic structure, goals, and salient characteristics. Recommended Citation Banks, James A. (1989) \"Approaches to Multicultural Curriculum Reform,\" Trotter Review: Vol. 3 : Iss. 3 , Article 5. Available at: https://scholarworks.umb.edu/trotter_review/vol3/iss3/5  Download

94 citations

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Abstract: While the Government has developed strategies to combat poverty, especially for children and pensioners, there is no strategy to challenge women’s poverty specifi cally. This project set out to support women living in poverty so that they could go beyond being ‘witnesses’ to poverty to become actively involved in policy development. It allowed them to develop ideas to improve their lives and better understand how policy is made. The project’s aims were:

65 citations

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TL;DR: The emergence of ASMHTP as the responsible brain trust for future minority-related efforts along with MOTTEP, a community based, empowering transplant education program, highlights the importance of a national strategy necessary for the survival of minority communities.
Abstract: 1. These successful education programs initially aimed at the AA community are being expanded into other minority groups such as Native American (Alaskan and American Indian), Hispanic (Latino), and Asian-Pacific Islander populations; and if the same modus operandus, ie, a minority-targeted message delivered by ethnically and culturally similar and sensitive messengers is used, this will have equal applicability to the majority population. MOTTEP, the first grass roots national transplant education program, while directed first to the minority population, can when presented to the majority population help all groups address the number one problem in transplantation today--the shortage of donors. 2. Active inclusion and involvement of minorities at all levels of problem resolution (resource allocation, research, and education), emphasizing community participation, education, and empowerment are the important next steps to allow for minority transplant equity in America. 3. The emergence of ASMHTP as the responsible brain trust for future minority-related efforts along with MOTTEP, a community based, empowering transplant education program, highlights the importance of a national strategy necessary for the survival of minority communities. This will enhance the interaction between minority transplant health professionals and the minority community and requires minority inclusion at all decision making levels of problem resolution within the transplant community.

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