LORETTA CAPEHEART'S activism focuses on the antiwar movement, union and workers' rights, including immigrants' rights, and the International Socialist Organization. Her research interests and accomplishments include publications on Latino women in the justice system and Latinos in Chicago Public Schools.
DRAGAN MILOVANOVIC, a Bernard J. Brummel Distinguished Research Professor, has been an instructor in jail settings, a dormitory counselor of incarcerated juveniles, a member of a prison inspection team, and a participant in a coffee-picking brigade during postrevolutionary Nicaragua. He is author and coauthor of seventeen books and the previous editor of Humanity and Society. He is currently editor of the International Journal for Semiotics of Law.
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Publication information: Book title: Social Justice: Theories, Issues, and Movements. Contributors: Loretta Capeheart - Author, Dragan Milovanovic - Author. Publisher: Rutgers University Press. Place of publication: New Brunswick, NJ. Publication year: 2007. Page number: 258.