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This Is What Democracy Looks Like: Global Women's Marches, Protest Movements, and Citizenship Education in 2017

This Contemporary Issues Dialogue session offers an opportunity to discuss the significance of the worldwide “women’s marches” that took place on 1/21/17, as well as subsequent protest events and citizenship action throughout the rest of the year and their meaning for the profession and teaching of social studies.

Author(s):

Margaret Crocco
Michigan State University
United States

Sandra Schmidt
Teachers College, Columbia University
United States

Ashley Woodson
University of Pittsburgh
United States

Emma Thacker
James Madison University
United States

Gayle Thieman
Portland State University
United States

Ritu Radhakrishnan
State University of New York, Oswego
United States

Whitney Blankenship
Rhode Island College
United States

Anne-Lise Halvorsen
Michigan State University
United States

Ben Jacobs
George Washington University
United States

Andrea Libresco
Hofstra University
United States

Meghan Manfra
North Carolina State University
United States

Tina Heafner
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
United States

Noreen Naseem Rodriguez
University of Texas, Austin
United States

Christina Tschida
East Carolina University
United States

Dan Krutka
University of North Texas
United States

John Broome
University of Mary Washington
United States

Sara Levy
Wells College
United States

Sarah Brooks
Millersville University
United States

Gloria Alter
Independent Scholar
United States

Chara Bohan
Georgia State University
United States

Rebecca Christ
University of Missouri
United States

Chrystal Johnson
Purdue University
United States

Bethany Vosburg-Bluem
Otterbein University
United States

Andrea Hawkman
University of Missouri
United States

 

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