Professor Susan D. Carle teaches and writes about civil rights legal history,
employment discrimination, labor and employment law, legal ethics, and the
Susan D. Carle, professor at American University Washington College of Law,
was presented with the 2014 Liberty Legacy Foundation Award in April by the ...
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Susan D. Carle. Defining the Struggle: National Organizing for Racial Justice,
1880–1915. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. Pp. xiv, 404. $35.00.
Alan & Susan Carle biography, both born & met in the USA, moved to Australia
separately, fought to preserve Daintree rainforest & GBR (Great Barrier Reef)
Greg McLean visited The Botanical Ark, interviewed Susan & Alan Carle, and
wrote "Alan and Susan Carle, Whyanbeel Valley, Queensland" for Country Style.
Botanical Ark history, saving world's rainforests, Alan Susan Carle's lifework |
Why, what they've done for rainforest conservation | Overview or preface.