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Spring 2001


The writers examine the globalization of capitalism and its implications for class, cultism, and multiculturalism. They cite the need for a revolutionary multicultural pedagogy that would connect the social identities of the marginalized and oppressed with their reproduction within capitalist production relations.


This article was originally published in Multicultural Education, volume 8, issue 3, in 2001.

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