While teaching at an all-Black middle school in Atlanta, Levinson realized that her
students’ individual self-improvement would not necessarily enable them to overcome their
historical marginalization. In order to overcome their civic empowerment gap, students must
learn how to reshape power relationships through public political and civic action.
Subjects: Education, Sociology, Philosophy
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