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The Bernal Story
Mediating Class and Race in a Multicultural Community

Beth Roy
Foreword by John Paul Lederach

Cloth $29.95s    |    978-0-8156-3346-4    |    2014

ebook 978-0-8156-5276-2


"Rich with lessons. It illuminates the way a seemingly straightforward distributive conflict about public space can be an identitybased conflict rooted in race and class divisions fueled by socioeconomic processes of gentrification."—Heather Pincock, Kennesaw State University

"A case study and a ‘How To’ manual in the practice of intercultural mediation and facilitation. Beth Roy pushes the boundaries of the field of peacemaking and sets the practice of mediation and conflict resolution squarely into the context of our multicultural society."—Roberto M Chene, director, Southwest Center for Intercultural Leadership

  The Bernal Story

  Beth Roy is a long-time mediator in the San Francisco Bay Area. Trained as a sociologist at the University of California, Berkeley, she teaches there in the Peace and Conflict Studies program. She is the author of 41 Shots...and Counting: What Amadou Diallo Teaches Us about Policing, Race, and Justice and coeditor of Re-Centering Culture and Knowledge in Conflict Resolution Practice.

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