Contents: Barbara Beyerbach: Introduction – Barbara Beyerbach: Social Justice Education Through the Arts – Tania Ramalho/Leah
Russell: Learningabout the Farmworkers and the Landless Rural Workers Movements Through the Arts – Leah Russell: Art and Change
in the AfroReggae Cultural Group – Jacquelyn S. Kibbey: Media Literacy and Social Justice in a Visual World – Mary Harrell:
Enlivening the Curriculum Through Imagination – Dennis Parsons: Photography and Social Justice: Preservice Teachers and the
Ocularized, Urban Other – Jane Winslow: Creating Student Activists Through Community Participatory Documentaries – Jennifer
Kagan/Chris Capella: Art Class at the Onondaga Nation School: A Practice of the Good Mind – Lisa Roberts Seppi: Indigenous
Activism: Art, Identity, and the Politics of the Quincentenary – Carrie Nordlund/Peg Speirs/Marilyn Stewart/Judy Chicago:
Activist Art and Pedagogy: The Dinner Party Curriculum Project – Lisa Langlois: Acting Up In and Out of Class: Student Social
Justice Activism in the Tertiary General Education, Fine Arts, and Performing Arts Curriculum – Patricia E. Clark/Ulises A.
Mejias/Peter Cavana/Daniel Herson/Sharon M. Strong: Interactive Social Media and the Art of Telling Stories: Strategies for
Social Justice Through Osw3go.net 2010: Racism on Campus – Barbara Stout: In the Grey: Finding Beauty Without Labels
– Suzanne Bellamy: The Art of Growing Food – Barbara Beyerbach/Tania Ramalho: Activist Art in Social Justice Pedagogy.