Teaching/learning Anti-racism: A Developmental Approach
Organized chronologically, the text describes how each class session contributed to the students' fascinating journey from pro-racist consciousness to active antiracism. The authors, one white and one African American, provide both a "how-to" and a conceptual framework to help teachers and trainers adapt anti-racism education for their programs.
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action project Activity African American anger anti-racism education Asian American Asian-Pacific Americans attitudes awareness becoming anti-racist begin behavior beliefs Black challenge chapter Chicano classism colorblind concept confront context contradictions course create critical cultural describes dominant early childhood effectively emotional ethnic group European American experience explore fear feelings felt focus forms of racism group identity growth help students human service identify impact individual institutional racism instructors interaction interracial issues Latino learning lives messages Mexican Native American nonracist oppression overt Pacific Oaks College parents participate perspective phase political pro-racist problem questions race racial group racist ideology racist society Reading assignment reality relationships response role semester session sexism share small groups social specific strategies structural struggle students of color support group talk teachers teaching tensions tion understanding victim-blaming Week White privilege White students White supremacy
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