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By Jaime Pinsky

Fornece fabric para alunos e professores refletirem sobre diferentes formas de preconceito que se manifestam com frequência em nossa sociedade. Experiências profissionais e pessoais de extrema sensibilidade de cada autor permitem um quadro amplo e acessível do problema da discriminação sexual, racial, linguística, social, contra idosos, jovens, deficientes, migrantes e pessoas fora dos padrões estéticos consagrados.

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