Children on the Streets of the Americas: Homelessness, Education, and Globalization in the United States, Brazil, and Cuba

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General Index for Mickelson, Children on the Streets of the Americas

a
A Child's Place (ACP), 158
Bright Beginnings, 160
and Charolotte's safety net for homeless families, 161-62
and community support, 165 , 167
Firm Foundations, 160
and middle-school homeless students, 160
Project MOST, 159
and social work leadership, 163
accelerated learning educational model, 186
Acosta, Dalia, 62
Adam, Barry D., 32 , 47 , 82 , 92 , 94
Adams, Nassau A., 14-17
Administration for Children, Youth, and Families, 248-50 , 252-53
Agencia Ecumenica de Notícias e Serviço Brasileiro de Justiça e Paz (AGEN), 263-64
Aguilar, Carolina, 150
Aid to Family with Dependent Children (AFDC), 24
Albuquerque, Roberto Calvancanti de, 215
Allende, Isabel, 17
Almeida, Fernanda Ma. B.G. de, 32 , 174-75
Almeida, Maria Tereza F. de, 47 , 49
Alvárez Suarez, Mavis, 150
Alves-Mazzotti, Alda Judith, 47 , 49
Alvim, Maria Rosilene B., 49
American Family Inns, 182-185 ;
see also Brownstone School;
Healthy Living Center and need for early educational start, 184-85
Amin, Samir, 16
Anderson, Leslie M., 29 , 70-73 , 111 , 113-14 , 227 , 230
Annerino, J., 239
Anti-Slavery Society, 117
Antunes, Laura, 83
Anyon, Jean, 30 , 33 , 209-10 , 278-80 , 283
Aptekar, Lewis, 120
Arias Beatón, Guillermo, 58-59
Arruda, Marcos, 22
Arruda, Roldão, 257
Ashkinaze, Carol, 208
Association Internacionale des Juristes Democrates (AIJD), 121

b
Baer, Werner, 14 , 17 , 22-23 , 26
Baker, L. S., 68
Barcellos, Caco, 262
Barcelos, Luiz Claudio, 130
Barker, Gary, 83
Bartolomé, L., 241-42
Bassuk, E. L., 66 , 68 , 70 , 227-28
Beck, Lynn Gillespie, 32 , 33 , 137
Bello, Walden, 17
Berges, Célia, 55 , 156
Black, Maggie, 117 , 119
black-market, 21

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