Everyday antiracism [electronic resource] : getting real about race in school / edited by Mica Pollock.

New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co., 2008.
1 online resource (xxii, 389 pages.)

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Racism in education -- United States.
Educational equalization -- United States.
Exposing race as an obsolete biological concept / Alan H. Goodman
No brain is racial / Mica Pollock
Getting rid of the word "Caucasian" / Carol C. Mukhopadhyay
Beginning courageous conversations about race / Glenn E. Singleton and Cyndie Hays
Talking precisely about equal opportunity / Mica Pollock
Nice is not enough : defining caring for students of color / Sonia Nieto
Following children's leads in conversations about race / Kimberly Chang and Rachel Conrad
Observing students sharing language / Ben Rampton
Strengthening student identity in school programs / Patricia Gándara
Uncovering internalized oppression / Angela Valenzuela
Helping students see each other's humanity / L. Janelle Dance
Constructing colorblind classrooms / Samuel R. Lucas
Knowing students as individuals / Joshua Aronson
Showing students who you are / Heather M. Pleasants
Helping students of color meet high standards / Ronald F. Ferguson
Providing supportive feedback / Geoffrey L. Cohen
Teaching and transcending basic skills / Amanda Taylor
Grouping in detracked classrooms / Beth C. Rubin
Standards v. "standard" knowledge / Edmund T. Hamann
Valuing nonstandard English / John Baugh
Teaching students fluency in multiple cultural codes / Prudence Carter
Challenging cultural stereotypes of "scientific ability" / Maria Ong
Finding role models in the community / Meira Levinson
Providing equal access to "gifted" education / Karolyn Tyson
What discipline is for : connecting students to the benefits of learning / Pedro A. Noguera.
Using photography to explore racial identity / Alexandra Lightfoot
Exploring racial identity through writing / Jennifer A. Mott-Smith
Involving students in selecting reading materials / Christine E. Sleeter
Teaching critical analysis of racial oppression / Jeff Duncan-Andrade
Using critical hip-hop in the curriculum / Ernest Morrell
Engaging youth in participatory inquiry for social justice / María Elena Torre and Michelle Fine
Arab visibility and invisibility / Thea Abu El-Haj
Evaluating images of groups in your curriculum / Teresa L. McCarty
Teaching representations of cultural difference through film / Sanjay Sharma
What is on your classroom wall? : problematic posters / Donna Deyhle
Teaching racially sensitive literature / Jocelyn Chadwick
Making race relevant in all-white classrooms : using local history / Mara Tieken
Teaching facts, not myths, about Native Americans / Paoul Ongtooguk and Claudia S. Dybdahl
Inviting students to analyze their learning experience / Makeba Jones and Susan Yonezawa
Interrogating students' silences / Katherine Schultz
Questioning "cultural" explanations of classroom behaviors / Doug Foley
Creating safe spaces in predominantly white classrooms / Pamela Perry
On spotlighting and ignoring racial group members in the classroom / Dorinda J. Carter
Racial incidents as teachable moments / Lawrence Blum
Debating racially charged topics / Ian F. Haney López
Developing antiracist school policy / David Gillborn
Focusing on student learning / John B. Diamond
Moving beyond quick "cultural" explanations / Vivian Louie
Naming the racial hierarchies that arise during school reforms / Rosemary Henze
Spearheading school-wide reform / Willis D. Hawley.
Responding to the "N-word" / Wendy Luttrell
Engaging diverse groups of colleagues in conversation / Alice McIntyre
Locating yourself for your students / Priya Parmar and Shirley Steinberg
Expanding definitions of "good teaching" / Lee Anne Bell
Valuing students' home worlds / Eugene E. García
Getting to know students' communities / Leisy Wyman and Grant Kashatok
Helping students research their communities / Kathleen Cushman
Cultivating the trust of Black parents / Beverly Daniel Tatum
Helping parents fight stereotypes about their children / Janie Victoria Ward
Informing parents about available opportunities / Roslyn Arlin Mickelson and Linwood H. Cousins
Resisting the "lone hero" stance / Audrey Thompson
Recognizing the likelihood of reproducing racism / Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and David G. Embrick
Staying hopeful / Ronald David Glass
What is next? / Mica Pollock.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-380) and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
Pollock, Mica, 1971- editor.
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Online version: Everyday antiracism.
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