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    Symposium: Memorias de una Vida de Obra (Memories of a Life of Work): An Interview with Antonia Pantoja

    Wilhelmina Perry
    Antonia Pantoja is an important activist and educator in the Puerto Rican community, both on the Island and in the United States. Pantoja was interviewed for the Harvard Educational Review by Wilhelmina Perry, an African American educator who has known Pantoja for the last twenty years as a colleague, friend, and coworker. This interview is part of a dialogue around the significant issues of Pantoja's life that reflect her life's work resisting the colonization of the Puerto Rican community. Through Pantoja's memories we are provided with the early and personal experiences that shaped her political and social commitments in her struggle against injustice. Pantoja's contribution to this Symposium brings in a unique voice of a Puerto Rican woman committed to her people.

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    Summer 1998 Issue

    Abstracts

    Introduction
    Richard Dobles, Jose Antonio Segarra
    Introducción
    Ricardo Dobles, Jose Antonio Segarra
    Symposium: Fact and Fiction: Stories of Puerto Ricans in U.S. Schools
    Sonia Nieto
    Symposium: Nationalist Ideologies, Neighborhood-Based Activism, and Educational Spaces in Puerto Rican Chicago
    Ana Y. Ramos-Zayas
    Symposium: Bilingual Education for Puerto Ricans in New York City: From Hope to Compromise
    Sandra Del Valle
    Symposium: "Staging Encounters": The Educational Decline of U.S. Puerto Ricans in [Post]-Colonial Perspective
    Catherine E. Walsh
    Symposium: Memorias de una Vida de Obra (Memories of a Life of Work): An Interview with Antonia Pantoja
    Wilhelmina Perry

    Book Notes

    Revolutionary Multiculturalism
    By Peter McLaren

    Anything but Mexican
    By Rodolfo F. Acuña

    Education for Extinction
    By David Wallace Adams

    The Other Struggle for Equal Schools
    By Rubén Donato

    The Changing Curriculum
    By Ivor F. Goodson

    Personas Mexicanas
    By James Diego Vigil

    Many Families, Many Literacies
    Edited by Denny Taylor

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