Review: Library Journal - November 29, 2006
"The interviews with Lani Guinier, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, Katha Pollitt, Robert Reich, and others elicit articulate and earnest responses about living "deliberately" in the world and seeking to make a difference. The results make this book well worth reading."
Review by: Liz Winter, Tikkun - April 12, 2006
"Equal parts social movement overview and undergraduate course reader, Global Values 101 is an introduction to some of the central issues of contemporary progressive politics…Global Values 101 is a valuable primer for young activists."
Review: Working Knowledge - April 10, 2006
"In its totality, Global Values 101 promotes citizenship, a concept often considered trite in modern American culture. A smart book."
Review: Booklist - January 3, 2006
"The 16 interviews gathered here form a cohesive, essential primer on what it means, and what it takes, to be a responsive and responsible world citizen in today's turbulent times."
Review by: Susan Sarandon - September 30, 2005
"This book shows us education as it should be-a conversation across generations, a shared search for a better world, a dialogue about what is possible."