Black Protest Thought and Education

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William Henry Watkins
Peter Lang, 2005 - Education - 228 pages
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The modern American corporate-industrial state requires a massive ideological machine to establish social order, create political consensus, train obedient citizen-workers, and dispatch marginalized groups to their place. Mass public education has helped to forge the modern political state that enforces social and racial inequality. Disenchanted African Americans, representing dissenting viewpoints, have vigorously protested this educational system, which is rooted in segregation, differentiated funding, falsehoods, alienation, and exclusion. This important book belongs in classrooms devoted to achieving racial equality in public education.
  

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Contents

Minds Stayed on Freedom
33
Separation or Integration
67
BlackFeminist Pedagogy
89
A Marxian and Radical Reconstructionist
107
Community Control with a Black Nationalist Twist
137
Leadership the Cultural Other and Education
159
Chicago Teacher Reform Efforts and the Politics
179
Critical Race Theory as Educational Protest
197
List of Contributors
213
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About the author (2005)

The Editor: Born in Harlem, New York, and raised in south-central Los Angeles, William H. Watkins received his Ph.D. in Public Policy Analysis-Education from University of Illinois at Chicago. He taught at the University of Utah and University of Illinois at Chicago. Watkins is the author of The White Architects of Black Education (2001), numerous book chapters, journal articles, book reviews, and contributions to the mass media, as well as lead editor of Race and Education (2001). Additionally, Watkins has presented over fifty academic papers throughout the United States, Africa, Cuba, Asia, Europe, Canada, and Mexico.

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