Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
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Diversity & Democracy Volume 10, Number 3  

Diversity & Democracy
Volume 10,
Number 3

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Featured Topic: Shared Futures
Civic Learning in a Diverse Democracy: Education for Shared Futures
Exploring Global Connections: Dismantling the International/ Multicultural Divide
Art and Social Action in Cambodia: Transforming Students into World Citizens
Deconstructing the American Dream through Global Learning
Africana Philosophy: Globalizing the Diversity Curriculum
Campus Practice
The Catalyst Trip: A Journey of Transformation
Recommitting and Re-Energizing Community Engagement in Post-Disaster New Orleans
Indigenous Peoples' Issues as Global Education: Theory and Activism in the Classroom
Improving Opportunities for Latino/a Students through Civic Engagement
Research Report
Advancing Cultural Literacy in the Core Curriculum
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By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Editor

Welcome to Diversity & Democracy, the newly redesigned publication formerly known as Diversity Digest. This issue focuses on Shared Futures: General Education for Global Learning, a project of AAC&U’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Global Initiatives. Participants in the Shared Futures project are dedicated to revamping their general education curricula to emphasize global learning outcomes. They see global learning as an imperative component of education for responsible citizenship.

Through their various initiatives, the Shared Futures schools are pursuing global learning with resourcefulness and vigor. Their projects range from redesigning the general education curriculum to creating courses that promote social justice both at home and abroad. Their work deliberatively bridges the intellectual gap between global contexts and local communities in the service of creating a more equitable world. The Shared Futures project complements the work of our other contributors, which ranges in scope from institutional transformation to personal engagement. Such efforts have the potential to be truly transformative.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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