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Multicultural Perspectives 

Multicultural Perspectives is the official journal of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME).

Multicultural Perspectives (MCP) promotes the philosophy of social justice, equity, and inclusion. It celebrates cultural and ethnic diversity as a national strength that enriches the fabric of society. MCP encourages a range of material from academic to personal perspectives; poetry and art; articles of an academic nature illuminating the discussion of cultural pluralism and inclusion; articles and position papers reflecting a variety of disciplines; and reviews of film, art, and music that address or embody multicultural forms. Its main audience is K-12 educators, social scientists, governmental social service personnel, teacher educators, and those involved in multicultural education. MCP is published four times a year by the National Association for Multicultural Education. Many more manuscripts are submitted each year than can be published. Following the guidelines below will enhance the likelihood of the manuscript’s acceptance. Articles are reviewed by a panel of reviewers under a blind review process. 
Each edition includes feature articles, reviews, program descriptions, and other pieces by and for multicultural educators and activists around the world

Penelope L. Lisi, Ph.D.
Editor, Multicultural Perspectives
Director, Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership
Central Connecticut State University

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