Includes bibliography and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 179p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|ISBN 10||0335158722, 0335158714|
A Different Shade of Gray: Mid-Life and Beyond in the Inner City. Hardcover – Janu by. Katherine S. Newman (Author) › Visit Amazon's Katherine S. Newman Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and by: When seven-year-old Callen is chased beyond his city's gated walls, and onto the land of the savages beyond, he uncovers a riddle that will take him twelve years to unravel. When he retraces his steps as a nineteen-year-old, he'll discover true love and adventure beyond his wildest dreams.5/5(3). She is the author of several books on urban poverty, including No Shame in My Game, which won the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Book Prize and the Sidney Hillman Book Award in , and A Different Shade of Gray: Midlife and Beyond in the Inner City (The New Press). She is a co-author, with Victor Tan Chen, of The Missing Class. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Modello: A Story of Hope for the Inner City and Beyond: An Inside-Out Model of /5(3).
Modello – A Story of Hope for the Inner City and Beyond. Modello is the true story from beginning to end of how Dr. Roger Mills and staff accomplished the “miracle” in the Modello and Homestead Gardens Housing Projects applying the inside-out approach based on the Three Principles discovered by Sydney Banks. It was the first community project of its kind and still serves as a model for all others. An original look at urban aging by the Robert F. Kennedy Book Prize winner. “Moving and compelling the first comprehensive and definitive study of the challenges facing older inner-city residents.” —William Jules Wilson. This book is an invitation to think beyond the established status quo. It examines how psychoanalytic relational theory can be used to understand the elusive forces that serve to perpetuate social inequality and social injustice. A must read for researchers interested in understanding internalized oppression through the psychoanalytic s: 6. The book is a look at the effects of drug addiction, the drug trade, and the war on drugs on an urban neighborhood, as well as an examination of the sociological factors which underlie the modern drug trade.
This book was easy to read and gives a inside look at what it's like to be an WE doctor in Newark, NJ. Mixed with details of his own upbringing and how he came to escape the gangs and drugs of the inner city, his stories are well written and descriptions are s: Books shelved as inner-city: Tyrell by Coe Booth, Monster by Walter Dean Myers, On the Come Up by Angie Thomas, Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds, and The. Creative Industries and Urban Development book. Creative Cities in the 21st Century. Edited By Terry Flew. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 31 October Pub. location London. Beyond the Inner City: Real and Imagined Places in Creative Place Policy and Practice. By Christy Collis, Emma Felton, Phil Graham. T. Beyond the Headlines: Race, the Inner City, and Books That Delve Deeper. by Rhianna Walton, Septem PM. Like many Americans I walk an uneasy line between being appalled by the living conditions of the inner-city and being afraid of them. The educational and socio-economic disadvantages common in inner-city neighborhoods, along with the high rates of drug- and gang .