Book Review: Changemakers! Practitioners Advance Equity and Access in Out-of-School Time Programs

April Riordan

Abstract


Changemakers! Practitioners Advance Equity and Access in Out-of-School Time Programs, edited by Sara Hill and Femi Vance (Information Age) provides a thorough (and long overdue) examination of youth development policy and practice in the context of White supremacy, systemic oppression, and other forms of inequity. It offers a valuable introduction for those new to the field and for veterans just now starting to consider more equitable approaches to their work.

   


Keywords


equity; access; out-of-school time; youth development; youth workers; youth development professionals

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References


Brendtro, L. K., Brokenleg, M., & Van Bockern, S. (2019). Reclaiming youth at risk: Our hope for the future (3rd ed.). Solution Tree.

Hill, S., & Vance, F. (Eds.). (2019). Changemakers! Practitioners advance equity and access in out-of-school time programs. Information Age.

Weiston-Sherdan, T. (2017). Critical mentoring: A practical guide. Stylus.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jyd.2021.916

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