Michelle Williams - Author

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Michelle Williams was born in Cheltenham in 1973. she have lived in Cheltenham all my life and continues to do so. she was educated at local state schools. She had a solid upbringing, and started working for the NHS when she was twenty years old.


At the age of thirty, ten years on, she was lucky enough to land the role of Anatomical Pathology Technician at Cheltenham General Hospital, and now, five years later, hold the title of mortuary manager at Cheltenham General Hospital after succeeding in the certificate and diploma exams from the Royal Institute of Public Health in Anatomical Pathology Technology, this giving her the letters CAPT and DAPT after my name.

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Nacogdoches Integration, Then and Now Nacogdoches before and after segregation

Nacogdoches Integration, Then and Now Nacogdoches before and after segregation

Author: Michelle Williams Format: Paperback Release Date: 30/03/2017

Thomas J. Rusk Elementary School, in Nacogdoches, Texas, houses a carved stone dedication plaque in its gymnasium's entryway.It reads This gymnasium is dedicated to the White children of Nacogdoches. In those days, Nacogdoches was unapologetically segregated. It was a matter of not only custom but also of law. In respect to segregation, Nacogdoches was little different than other communities in the Jim Crow South. Its location in Texas, however, helped to obscure this fact. While the US Supreme Courtended segregation in public schools on May 17, 1954, Nacogdoches schools were not forced to integrate until 1970. This book is comprised of essays that paint a portrait of Nacogdoches both before and after integration. Readers will find a collection of essays written by scholars but also by people who have firsthandexperience in conflicts that arose in Nacogdoches after 1970. The essays focus upon both the objective, measurable dimensions of race in Nacogdoches, but also upon the actual lived experiences of AfricanAmericans in rural East Texas.

The Roots of Participatory Democracy Democratic Communists in South Africa and Kerala, India

The Roots of Participatory Democracy Democratic Communists in South Africa and Kerala, India

Author: Michelle Williams Format: Paperback Release Date: 09/11/2015

This book compares the Communist parties of India and South Africa in their pursuits of socialist democracy. Williams looks at their organizational characteristics, party history, and their competing tendencies, as well as how they have pushed forward their similar ideologies within their unique political and economic environments.

Marxisms in the 21st century Crisis, critique and struggle

Marxisms in the 21st century Crisis, critique and struggle

Author: Michelle Williams Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/11/2013

This is the first publication in the Democratic Marxism Series, which seeks to elaborate the social theorising and politics of Democratic Marxism. Marx's writings on and ideas about social transformation have figured prominently in the global Left imagination for more than 150 years. At the end of the twentieth century a number of factors seemed to converge to mark the end of Marxism's influence on the world and, as a result, by the late twentieth century the relevance of Marxism was under question by both the Left (including Marxists) and Right. The decline was relatively short-lived, however, as the 2008 economic crisis brought into sharp relief the catastrophic effects of financialised capitalism and the need to (re)find alternatives. In the second decade of the twenty-first century, the revival of Marxism is finding new sources of inspiration that revolve around four primary factors: the importance of democracy for an emancipatory project; the ecological limits of capitalism; the crisis of global capitalism; and learning lessons from the failures of Marxist-inspired experiments. This is not simply a return to nineteenth and twentieth century understandings of Marxism. Rather, the twenty-first century has seen enormous creativity from movements that seek to overcome the weaknesses of the past by forging fundamentally new approaches to politics that draw inspiration from Marxism along with many other anti-capitalist traditions such as feminism, ecology, anarchism and indigenous traditions. The Marxism of many of these movements is not dogmatic or prescriptive, but rather open, searching, dialectical, humanist, utopian and inspirational. This edited volume introduces some contemporary approaches to Marxism and explores some of the ways in which Marxism has been used in Africa.

Beauty Entrepreneurs

Beauty Entrepreneurs

Author: Michelle Williams Format: eBook Release Date: 24/06/2013

A Stroke of Luck

A Stroke of Luck

Author: Michelle Williams Format: Hardback Release Date: 29/11/2010

A Stroke of Luck

A Stroke of Luck

Author: Michelle Williams Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 29/11/2010

The Roots of Participatory Democracy Democratic Communists in South Africa and Kerala, India

The Roots of Participatory Democracy Democratic Communists in South Africa and Kerala, India

Author: Michelle Williams Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/07/2008

This book compares the Communist parties of India and South Africa in their pursuits of socialist democracy. Williams looks at their organizational characteristics, party history, and their competing tendencies, as well as how they have pushed forward their similar ideologies within their unique political and economic environments.

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