The guide for White women who teach Black boys : understanding, connecting, respecting / [edited by] Eddie Moore, Jr., Ali Michael, Marguerite W. Penick-Parks ; forewords by Glenn E. Singleton and Heather Hackman.
- Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, 
xlvi, 420 pages ; 26 cm
- African American boys -- Education.
African American boys -- Education -- Social aspects.
Women teachers, White -- United States.
- Ready to make a difference, the old fashioned way / Debby Irving
The state of the white woman teacher / Julie Landsman
The state of black boy student expected early March / Jerlando Jackson
Understanding unconscious bias as one more tool in the committed white teacher's equity toolkit / Diane Finnerty
White female teachers and black boys : right teachers and (mis)understood boys / John Marshall
White racial identity development / Ali Michael
"What if being called 'racist' is the beginning, not the end, of the conversation?" / Elizabeth Denevi
What does it mean to be a white teacher? / Robin DiAngelo
Strategies for showing love to black boys / Jaime Washington
Black excellence and white privilege / David Stills
Black boys & their racial identity : learning how they fit into society and in your classroom / Keisha Bentley-Edwards et al.
Teaching black boys during childhood : a counter narrative and considerations / Joseph Nelson
"How dare you make this about race?!" : centering race, gender and poverty / H. Richard Milner
The n!gga/er in me / Eddie Moore Jr.
Blackness/transness : two targets on my back / Zeam Porter with Ty Gale
White teachers and the power to transform : early childhood educators and the potential for lasting harm / Chonika Coleman-King and Jabina Coleman
Learn about us before you teach (about) us : queer black boys / Benny Vasquez
Black male students and teachers in K-12 classrooms : strategies for support to increase performance as students and professionals / Chance Lewis
Respecting black boys and their history / Jawanza Kunjufu
"I can switch my language, but I can't switch my skin" : what teachers must understand about linguistic racism / April Baker-Bell
Identity safety as an antidote to stereotype threat / Becki Cohn-Vargas
The science behind psychological verve and what it means for black students / Darla Scott
The visit / Chezare Warren and Justin Coles
Rewriting the narrative / Toni Williamson
"Don't lean, jump in" : the fierce urgency to confront, dismantle, and (re)write the historical narrative of black boys in educational institutions / Sharoni Little
Zero margin for error / Vern? Myers
Connecting with black students and parents : equal vision / Shakti Butler
Activating inclusiveness / Chris Avery
Belief, pedagogy and practice : strategies for building powerful classroom communities / Ty-Ron Douglas & Stefanie Rome
Ruminations from the intersections of a #BlackMommyActivist / Shemariah Arki
Find freedom in the classroom : a love letter to my babies' teachers / Crystal Laura
Start out firm / Valerie Adams-Bass
A parable of academic misgivings : the educator's role in addressing college undermatch / Ed Smith
The collusion of social norms and working with interracial families / Jennifer Chandler
What are we doing to address "these" students? : strategies for creating equitable classrooms / Brian Johnson
ADD/ADHD over-identification and bow black cultural styles are often confused for ADD / Erica Snowden
Football, sports and Moore : using schools structures to get more out of black boys / Eddie Moore Jr., Frederick Gooding Jr.
Strategies that de-escalate conflict in the classroom / Barbara Moore-Williams, Deidre Spence, Chris McGinley
Heath, bloom, banks : exploring the importance of what and why questions / Marguerite Penick-Parks & Suzanne Fondrie
Black faces and white spaces : recognizing and supporting black boys in gifted education / Donna Y. Ford, Brian L. Wright & Tarek C. Grantham
Books and curriculum : what to read with black males in elementary school to create a strong foundation of positive racial identity development / Marie Michael
Global skills : beyond the classroom and the playground / Dion Crushshon
Outtro : remember, black girls aren't doing "just fine" : supporting black girls in the classroom / Charlotte Jacobs.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 391-411) and index.
- Moore, Eddie, Jr. editor.
Michael, Ali, editor.
Penick-Parks, Marguerite W., 1957- editor.
Singleton, Glenn E. (Glenn Eric), author of foreword.
Hackman, Heather, author of foreword.
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