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The Resource Simple, not easy : reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance, Terrence Roberts, (electronic resource)

Simple, not easy : reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance, Terrence Roberts, (electronic resource)

Label
Simple, not easy : reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance
Title
Simple, not easy
Title remainder
reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance
Statement of responsibility
Terrence Roberts
Title variation
Reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • Roberts was one of the Little Rock Nine, facing an armed soldier who denied him access to Little Rock Central High School. He became a psychologist and a university dean. This books collects key speeches and public addresses that reflect his core values and concerns for our society
  • Roberts was one of the Little Rock Nine, facing an armed soldier who denied him access to Little Rock Central High School. He became a psychologist and a university dean. This books collects key speeches and public addresses that reflect his core values and concerns for our society
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Roberts, Terrence J
LC call number
E185.86
LC item number
.R616 2010
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Roberts, Terrence J
  • African Americans
  • Speeches, addresses, etc
  • Social rights
  • Human rights
  • Civil rights
  • Toleration
  • Christian life
  • Conduct of life
  • School integration
Label
Simple, not easy : reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance, Terrence Roberts, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • In quest of truth: exploding the mythology of our times -- Always tell the truth (but, don't always be telling it!) -- Navigating life's terrain -- Choosing to lead an ethical life -- Lessons from Little Rock -- Reflections on life in Little Rock -- Caring enough to confront -- Choosing nonviolence: the courage to be different -- Creating the beloved community -- Reshaping the mental map: cross-cultural life in the 21st century -- Relationships across lines of demarcation -- Self: the most important tool in multicultural intervention -- Life in the 21st century: coping with a legacy of racism -- Education: a power tool for the 21st century -- Seeking to explain Clarence -- Regarding Daisy: thoughts drafted in anticipation of a celebration of life -- Philander Smith College remarks -- The ongoing battle for equality -- Remarks delivered at the U.S. Postal Service -- Letter to Philander Smith College athletes -- Remarks at facing history benefit dinner -- A brief note about committing to fifth-level living -- The value of true education -- Building relationships: a Christian perspective -- Can there be any good thing here? -- In search of an open mind -- On the inauguration of Neal King as President of Antioch University -- Letter to Sen. Barack Obama, Democratic Presidential candidate -- President Barack Obama: thoughts and reflections
  • In quest of truth: exploding the mythology of our times -- Always tell the truth (but, don't always be telling it!) -- Navigating life's terrain -- Choosing to lead an ethical life -- Lessons from Little Rock -- Reflections on life in Little Rock -- Caring enough to confront -- Choosing nonviolence: the courage to be different -- Creating the beloved community -- Reshaping the mental map: cross-cultural life in the 21st century -- Relationships across lines of demarcation -- Self: the most important tool in multicultural intervention -- Life in the 21st century: coping with a legacy of racism -- Education: a power tool for the 21st century -- Seeking to explain Clarence -- Regarding Daisy: thoughts drafted in anticipation of a celebration of life -- Philander Smith College remarks -- The ongoing battle for equality -- Remarks delivered at the U.S. Postal Service -- Letter to Philander Smith College athletes -- Remarks at facing history benefit dinner -- A brief note about committing to fifth-level living -- The value of true education -- Building relationships: a Christian perspective -- Can there be any good thing here? -- In search of an open mind -- On the inauguration of Neal King as President of Antioch University -- Letter to Sen. Barack Obama, Democratic Presidential candidate -- President Barack Obama: thoughts and reflections
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001867172
Dimensions
23 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
191 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781935166160
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk paper)
Lccn
2009942594
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001867172
Label
Simple, not easy : reflections on community, social responsibility and tolerance, Terrence Roberts, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • In quest of truth: exploding the mythology of our times -- Always tell the truth (but, don't always be telling it!) -- Navigating life's terrain -- Choosing to lead an ethical life -- Lessons from Little Rock -- Reflections on life in Little Rock -- Caring enough to confront -- Choosing nonviolence: the courage to be different -- Creating the beloved community -- Reshaping the mental map: cross-cultural life in the 21st century -- Relationships across lines of demarcation -- Self: the most important tool in multicultural intervention -- Life in the 21st century: coping with a legacy of racism -- Education: a power tool for the 21st century -- Seeking to explain Clarence -- Regarding Daisy: thoughts drafted in anticipation of a celebration of life -- Philander Smith College remarks -- The ongoing battle for equality -- Remarks delivered at the U.S. Postal Service -- Letter to Philander Smith College athletes -- Remarks at facing history benefit dinner -- A brief note about committing to fifth-level living -- The value of true education -- Building relationships: a Christian perspective -- Can there be any good thing here? -- In search of an open mind -- On the inauguration of Neal King as President of Antioch University -- Letter to Sen. Barack Obama, Democratic Presidential candidate -- President Barack Obama: thoughts and reflections
  • In quest of truth: exploding the mythology of our times -- Always tell the truth (but, don't always be telling it!) -- Navigating life's terrain -- Choosing to lead an ethical life -- Lessons from Little Rock -- Reflections on life in Little Rock -- Caring enough to confront -- Choosing nonviolence: the courage to be different -- Creating the beloved community -- Reshaping the mental map: cross-cultural life in the 21st century -- Relationships across lines of demarcation -- Self: the most important tool in multicultural intervention -- Life in the 21st century: coping with a legacy of racism -- Education: a power tool for the 21st century -- Seeking to explain Clarence -- Regarding Daisy: thoughts drafted in anticipation of a celebration of life -- Philander Smith College remarks -- The ongoing battle for equality -- Remarks delivered at the U.S. Postal Service -- Letter to Philander Smith College athletes -- Remarks at facing history benefit dinner -- A brief note about committing to fifth-level living -- The value of true education -- Building relationships: a Christian perspective -- Can there be any good thing here? -- In search of an open mind -- On the inauguration of Neal King as President of Antioch University -- Letter to Sen. Barack Obama, Democratic Presidential candidate -- President Barack Obama: thoughts and reflections
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001867172
Dimensions
23 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
191 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781935166160
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk paper)
Lccn
2009942594
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001867172

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