Takin It To The Streets

Author: Alexander Bloom
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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Takin' It to the Streets is a comprehensive collection of primary documents covering political, social and cultural aspects of the 1960's. Drawn from mainstream sources, little-known sixties periodicals, pamphlets and public speeches, this anthology brings together representative writings many of which have been unavailable for years or have never been reprinted, from the Port Huron Statement and Malcolm X's "The Ballot or the Bullet" to Richard Nixon's "If Mob Rule Takes Hold in the U.S." and Ronald Reagan's "Freedom versus Anarchy on Campus." Introductions and headnotes by the editors help highlight the importance of particular documents while relating them to each other and placing them within the broader context of the decade. While paying particular attention to civil rights, anti-war activity, Black power, the counter-culture, the women's and gay/lesbian struggles for recognition, the authors also take into account the conservative backlashes these sparked and thus present a balanced portrait of a tumultous era. Covering an extremely popular period of history, Takin' It to the Streets stands out as a thorough and accessible collection of documents, an authoritative reader for a decade such as America had not seen before or experienced since.

Taking It To The Streets

Author: Ted Haggard
Editor: Gospel Light
ISBN: 9780830737291
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"Taking It to the Streets" is filled with motivating success stories of how "prayerwalking" has changed lives and neighborhoods. With his personable and inspirational style, Haggard uses real-life stories to illustratepractical keys to "prayerwalking" that can be used in any neighborhood.

Taking It To The Streets

Author: Gary Delgado
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Taking It To The Streets

Author: Harry Justin Elam
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472087686
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An original and valuable assessment of American political theater in the 1960s and 1970s

Taking It To The Streets

Author: J. Nathan Corbitt
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441215352
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A quiet yet powerful revolution is going on. All over this country and across the world creativity-in the form of visual arts, music, dance, drama, and technology-is providing an emotionally expressive vehicle for communicating truth, developing character, and crossing cultural boundaries to build the kingdom of God. J. Nathan Corbitt and Vivian Nix-Early visited numerous artists, faith communities, and arts organizations to discover and document how the arts are being used to transform people and communities, especially in urban settings. The result is this extensive handbook that combines real-life stories with tested methodologies to create a new paradigm for the role of the arts in Christian ministry and mission. Taking It to the Streets provides church and mission leaders, youth ministers, and students with a historical perspective and theology for understanding the transforming power of the arts, a vocabulary for discussing them outside the sanctuary, and creative methods for bringing faith to action in the streets of society.

Taking It To The Streets

Author: Jennifer Baldwin
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 149859011X
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Taking It to the Streets: Public Theologies of Activism and Resistance is an edited volume that explores public expressions of activism and resistance to social and political oppression. Contributors reflect on the need for resistance, strategies and resources for effective activism, and prominent areas of contemporary protest.

Taking It To The Streets

Author: Harry Louis Williams II
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830872655
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Reverend Harry "OG Rev." Williams from Oakland, California, is called to the streets: to the hungry, homeless, addicted, incarcerated, and vulnerable. Bringing us face-to-face with both the injustices that plague our cities and the gospel of compassion that offers hope to the downtrodden, this introduction to urban ministry will inspire and equip a new generation to bring the life-giving good news of Jesus to our cities.

Safe Communities

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Taking It To The Streets

Author: Laura W. Perna
Editor: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421425475
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Safe Communities

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Take It To The Streets

Author: Marshall Berman
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Taking It To The Streets

Author: Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom
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Taking It To The Streets

Author: Glen Dwyer
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Taking It To The Streets

Author: Greg DeVries
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781494921774
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This book is real life stories woven in and out with teaching on the subject of prophetic evangelism. These testimonies will whet your appetite for a deeper "hearing and seeing" relationship with God as well as challenge you to reach the lost, the hurting, and the needy.

Specific Eukaryotic Genes

Author: Hans Klenow
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A Sheltered Life

Author: Jeremy Reynalds
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449790208
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In this amazing story, Jeremy Reynalds, who founded and runs New Mexico's largest emergency homeless shelter and was once homeless himself, shares how he rose from the despair of homelessness to the pinnacle of academia, earning a doctorate in intercultural education at Biola University in La Mirada, California. In addition, the book contains stories of a number of people who have fallen on hard times and have gotten back on their feet again with the help of the Lord at Joy Junction. Jeremy's story has challenged me to pay more attention to the homeless among us. I pray that his life will likewise encourage you. -Dan Wooding, founder ASSIST Ministries and ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net) A Sheltered Life shares the heart of Jeremy Reynalds, and gives readers an autobiographical account of the work at Joy Junction, the largest emergency shelter in New Mexico. Harvested from years of practical ministry experience, the book provides us with fresh insight on what it's like to be homeless as well as real testimonials from individuals. Ultimately, the book offers hope, reflects on the power of kindness and serves as a catalyst for changing lives. -Ginny McCabe, best-selling and award-winning author and writer

Taking It To The Streets

Author: Ashleigh Mae Williams
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This work examines race and class in early Washington, D.C. punk from the late 1970s to the early 1980s. It is my contention that written punk memoirs rarely give a contextual look at each movement. From rose-colored memoirs, many inside or outside the punk community view the movements as genuine rebellions against mainstream American music and values. It is my view that subversive movements do not emerge completely free from institutional oppression. The same is true with punk. to examine punk's beginnings, I analyze punk movements in the United Kingdom and Los Angeles before turning to a detailed account of early Washington, D.C. punk. in order to contextualize early DC punk, I give a robust historical background of the city of Washington, DC from its' beginnings up to the 1960s. From there I examine two DC bands, Minor Threat and Bad Brains, giving special regard to how each band moves throughout racialized areas of DC. It is my aim to complicate how we view cultural movements that seem, on the surface, to reject mainstream American values.

Out Of The Streets

Author: Charles Gayler
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Kansans Move Into Health

Author: Tandalayo Kidd
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Taking It To The Street

Author: Bill Moore
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ISBN: 9781079554595
File Size: 79,32 MB
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Are you looking to enter the competitive food truck industry? Have your eye on a hot dog cart and want to know what to do next? Already have a struggling mobile food business? Learn the tips and tricks necessary to move your business to the next level. The author brings over 40 years of food service experience from restaurants, event vending and working the streets. See what it takes to become positively memorable and profitable while building your business and legacy.