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Reclaiming Home

Author : Krista Gilbert
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"Reclaiming Home" is for the modern parent who is tired of living life on empty. Pushing back against the distractions, disconnection, and short cuts that hijack strong families, this book offers practical, life-giving solutions that any parent can implement. While we often hear about the negative effects of culture on our families, we are rarely offered the tools needed to build our family differently. "Reclaiming Home" is a parent’s guidebook, providing the HOW behind implementing desired family values and identity. Packed with real-life ideas and inspiration for home, marriage, and children, this book will be an essential companion as you build meaningful family relationships and a family identity that will last for generations.

Reclaiming Home

Author : Lesego Malepe
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Reclaiming Home is the diary of Lesego Malepe’s travels in South Africa in 2004, the 10th anniversary of South Africa’s democracy. The book begins with Malepe taking the bus from Pretoria, where she grew up, to Cape Town, where she visits Robben Island—the prison where her brother served a life sentence during apartheid days. She interrupts her travels to return to Pretoria, where she attends the ceremony marking the official settlement of land claims for her parents’ property and her grandmother’s property in Kilnerton, Pretoria, which were confiscated by the apartheid government when Malepe was four, forcing her family—along with the rest of their community—to move to Mamelodi township for Africans. Over the course of her travels, Malepe traverses much of her home country, visiting locales including Pietermaritzburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Thohoyandou, the University of Venda, and Giyani. Ultimately, hers is a sprawling, revealing journey that illuminates the ways South Africa has changed—and the ways it has remained the same—since the end of apartheid.

Reclaiming Home Remembering Motherhood Rewriting History

Author : Verena Theile
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Reclaiming Home, Remembering Motherhood, Rewriting History: African American and Afro-Caribbean Women’s Literature in the Twentieth Century offers a critical valuation of literature composed by black female writers and examines their projects of reclamation, rememory, and revision. As a collection, it engages black women writers’ efforts to create more inclusive conceptualizations of community, gender, and history, conceptualizations that take into account alternate lived and written experiences as well as imagined futures. Contributors to this collection probe the realms of gender studies, postcolonialism, and post-structural theory and suggest important ways in which to explore connections between home, motherhood, and history across the multifarious narratives of African American and Afro-Caribbean experiences. Together they argue that it is through their female characters that black women writers demonstrate the tumultuous processes of deciphering home and homeland, of articulating the complexities of mothering relationships, and of locating their own personal history within local and national narratives. Essays gathered in this collection consider the works of African American women writers (Pauline Hopkins, Toni Morrison, Jessie Redmon Fauset, Audre Lorde, Lalita Tademy, Lorene Cary, Octavia Butler, Zora Neale Hurston, and Sherley Anne Williams) alongside the works of black women writers from the Caribbean (Jamaica Kincaid and Gisèle Pineau), Guyana (Grace Nichols), and Cuba (María de los Reyes Castillo Bueno).

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A Soul in Place

Author : Carol Bridges
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Reclaiming the Native Home of Hope

Author : University of Utah
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"The outgrowth of two symposiums sponsored by the University of Utah College of Law's Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment"--Ack.

Local Government Law

Author : Gerald E. Frug
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The legal issues facing city government change rapidly in the United States, and Cases and Materials on Local Government Law, Fourth Edition updates material throughout the book to reflect the most recent changes. Many new cases (and a number of new articles and book excerpts) have replaced older ones. In particular, the authors have substantially revised the materials on federal-city relations, on finance, and on school vouchers. Also included are completely new materials on community economic development, black suburbanization, and the property rights movements? attempt to overturn efforts to control suburban sprawl.

Reclaiming the Old House

Author : Charles Edward Hooper
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Reclaiming the Delinquent by Para analytic Group Psychotherapy and the Inversion Technique

Author : Samuel Richard Slavson
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Reclaiming the Nazi Loot

Author : Jewish Trust Corporation for Germany
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Street Reclaiming

Author : David Engwicht
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This book is about the cultural and economic significance of "street life." Ever since ancient Athens and Greece, Engwicht argues, streets have been a major center of commerce, socialization, and cultural exchange. But the advent of automobiles and suburbanization in the 20th century eroded the richness of American streetlife. Streets and sidewalks, once filled with people and furniture, are now filled with automobiles carrying citizens to those indoor streets, malls. Using an abundance of drawings that detail urban traffic patterns, Engwicht prescribes a series of creative methods for returning vibrancy to the street--everything from reducing traffic with more one-way routes to making avenues more like living rooms with the addition of rugs, television sets, and bulletin boards.

Reclaiming Our Children

Author : Peter Breggin
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Recommends a program of social and educational changes for improving the relationships between children and adults and reducing violence in children

Reclaiming Reform

Author : Deirdre M. Moloney
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Official Report of Debates House of Commons

Author : Canada. Parliament. House of Commons
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Official Reports of the Debates of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada

Author : Canada. Parliament. House of Commons
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Reclaiming Public Space

Author : Laura De León Manzo
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Reclaiming Our Schools

Author : Richard Lee King
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Written by an educator in everyday language, "Reclaiming Our Schools" is a guide for parents both dismayed by a public school system producing students scoring among the lowest of all industrialized national and unsure of what to do about it. Included are non-confrontational questions for school administrators, both research and common-sense challenging current educational practices, and a detailed examination of the myths driving them. (Education/Teaching)

Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire Into the Courts of Law in Scotland

Author : Great Britain. Law Courts Commission
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Heart in the Wild

Author : Susan Chernak McElroy
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The animal advocate and author of Animals as Teachers and Healers describes how her encounters with the animals of the wilderness helped her cope with the devastating fire that destroyed her mountain home and sustained her along the path of healing, growth, and life change.