Results for Racism in education United States.
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371.829 P
Descript.
xi, 202 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Introduction: #CurriculumSoWhite -- Curricular tools of whiteness -- The iceberg : racial ideology and curriculum -- Reframing understandings of race within teacher education -- Disrupting whiteness in teacher education -- Humanizing racial justice in teacher education.
Summary
"Curriculum So White explores how racism in K-12 classrooms is not the result of individual teachers' ignorance, but rather is symptomatic of the permanence of racism in education"-- Provided by publisher
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ISBN/ISSN
9780807033708
0807033707
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379.26 W
Edition
First U.S. edition.
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423 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Prologue : a Connecticut Yankee at an ancient Indian mound -- Part I. Slavery and the rise of the American college. The edges of the empire -- "Bonfires of the Negros" -- "The very name of a West-Indian" -- Ebony and ivy -- Part II. Race and the rise of the American College. Whitening the Promised Land -- "All students & all Americans" -- "On the bodily and mental inferiority of the Negro" -- "Could they be sent back to Africa" -- Epilogue : cotton comes to Harvard.
Summary
A leading African American historian of race in America exposes the uncomfortable truths about race, slavery, and the American academy, revealing that leading universities, dependent on human bondage, became breeding grounds for the racist ideas that sustained it.
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Title
Ebony and ivy
ISBN/ISSN
9781596916814 (alk. paper)
1596916818 (alk. paper)
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B SHAKUR
Edition
First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition.
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vi, 273 pages ; 24 cm
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"A New Yorker writer's intimate, revealing account of Tupac Shakur's life and legacy, timed to the fiftieth anniversary of his birth and twenty-fifth anniversary of his death. In the summer of 2020, Tupac Shakur's single "Changes" became an anthem for the worldwide protests against the murder of George Floyd. The song became so popular, in fact, it was vaulted back onto the iTunes charts more than twenty years after its release--making it clear that Tupac's music and the way it addresses systemic racism, police brutality, mass incarceration, income inequality, and a failing education system is just as important now as it was back then. In Changes, published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of Tupac's birth and twenty-fifth anniversary of his death, Sheldon Pearce offers one of the most thoughtful and comprehensive accounts yet of the artist's life and legacy. Pearce, an editor and writer at The New Yorker, interviews dozens who knew Tupac throughout various phases of his life. While there are plenty of bold-faced names, the book focuses on the individuals who are lesser known and offer fresh stories and rare insight. Among these are the actor who costarred with him in a Harlem production of A Raisin in the Sun when he was twelve years old, the high school drama teacher who recognized and nurtured his talent, the music industry veteran who helped him develop a nonprofit devoted to helping young artists, the Death Row Records executive who has never before spoken on the record, and dozens of others. Meticulously woven together by Pearce, their voices combine to portray Tupac in all his complexity and contradiction. This remarkable book illustrates not only how he changed during his brief twenty-five years on this planet, but how he forever changed the world."--Publisher's website.
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Genre
Title
Oral history of Tupac Shakur
ISBN/ISSN
9781982170462 (hardcover)
1982170468 (hardcover)
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