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Meyer, Marcus – Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society, 2022
The Bunker "Valentin" in Farge, a suburb of Bremen, is one of the biggest relics of armament projects in the Second World War. Although it was built by up to 10,000 forced laborers under brutal conditions leading to a death toll of up to 1,600, it was primarily remembered as a technological masterpiece. This article describes the history…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, World History, Crime
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Wagner, David-Alexandre; Dversnes, Torjus – History Education Research Journal, 2022
We have studied how eliciting historical empathy in a class of 13th grade students through using the film "12 Years a Slave" (McQueen, 2013) supported their in-depth understanding of slavery in nineteenth-century USA. Historical empathy is one of the core elements of the new curricular reform implemented from 2020 in Norway, and it is…
Descriptors: Films, Audiovisual Instruction, Slavery, History Instruction
Emge, Gina; Thornton, Janet; Bailey, Sharon L.; Kern, Lisa; Neumann, Linda; Lambert, Patrice; Lindahl, Brenda; McDermott, Elizabeth; Morgan, Susan – National Association of School Nurses, 2021
It is the position of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) that prevention, early identification, and intercession on behalf of the child/youth beset by human trafficking are essential to the student's psychological and physical well-being, as well as academic success. The registered professional school nurse (hereinafter referred to…
Descriptors: Crime, Slavery, Children, LGBTQ People
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Lockard, Joe – History of Education, 2022
This paper explores the representation and non-representation of slavery in US school textbooks from the late eighteenth century to the beginning of the US Civil War. It reviews the major readers, almost none of which mentioned slavery despite the anti-slavery sentiments of many textbook editors. The few readers that addressed slavery did so in…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Slavery, Educational History, Content Analysis
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Sierra-Rodríguez, Alba; Arroyo-Machado, Wenceslao; Barroso-Hurtado, Domingo – Comunicar: Media Education Research Journal, 2022
Human trafficking is a phenomenon linked to several forms of exploitation, such as sexual exploitation, forced labour, forced marriage, begging, forced criminal activity, or organ removal. There are different debates about a potential overrepresentation of some of these exploitation purposes, such as the sexual one, in the discourses underlying…
Descriptors: Social Media, Crime, Victims of Crime, Slavery
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Offutt-Chaney, Mahasan – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
Neoliberal education reforms in schools serving sizeable Black populations throughout the United States have proliferated and are being transported to Black educational contexts abroad. Building on a framework of Coloniality, antiBlackness and a review of Black colonial education this relational analysis argues that contemporary neoliberal…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Blacks, African Americans, Racism
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Jones, Stephanie T.; Melo, Natalie Araujo – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 2021
Computer science (CS) education finds itself at a pivotal moment to reckon with what it means to accept, use, and create technologies, with the continued recruitment of minoritized students into the field. In this paper, we build on the oral traditions of educating with stories, and take the reader on two journeys. We begin with a story that leads…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Oral Tradition, Story Telling, Racial Bias
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Barczak, Timothy J.; Thompson, Winston C. – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2021
This article provides a definition of monuments and describes their potential for removalist and preservationist controversy. The authors focus on the example of Confederate monuments in the United States as, on the basis of racist impacts, these monuments are candidates for widespread removal. The authors review influential existing philosophical…
Descriptors: Civics, United States History, Historic Sites, Slavery
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Manning, Patrick – Peabody Journal of Education, 2021
Education in the African Diaspora unfolded under difficult conditions yet provided its communities with individual advancement, conceptual discoveries, and institutional achievements. Examining regions across the of African Diaspora, this essay explores education in the era of enslavement and emancipation (up to 1880); in times of…
Descriptors: African American Education, African American History, Slavery, Racial Segregation
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Hoiem, Elizabeth Massa – Children's Literature in Education, 2021
This paper analyzes "production stories," a genre of information literature and media responsible for teaching children how everyday things are made. As nineteenth-century families increasingly consumed tropical commodities produced by slave labor, including sugar, tea, coffee, rum, and tobacco, the production story developed in Britain…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Race, Slavery, Manufacturing
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Swanson, Dalene M.; Gamal, Mostafa – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2021
'Global citizenship' entered public parlance prominently during heightened globalisation. To be a citizen of this new globalised, interconnected world was to be a subject of capital. Like Janus, a subject of this neoliberal world order was to be both an inwardly-gazing subject of the nation state, and simultaneously an outwardly-gazing subject of…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Citizenship Education, Sustainability, Social Problems
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Beck, Bernard – Multicultural Perspectives, 2020
Two current biopic movies, "Harriet" and "The Irishman," present the life stories of real people who have been involved with slavery and organized crime. These images contradict the virtuous image of America that is fundamental to our sense of national identity and patriotism. Could this contradiction lead to oppositional…
Descriptors: Films, Biographies, Slavery, Crime
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Colón-León, Vimari – General Music Today, 2021
Bomba is an emblematic Puerto Rican musical genre that emerged 400 years ago from the colonial plantations where West African slaves and their descendants worked. It remains one of the most popular forms of folk music on the island and serves as significant evidence of its rich African heritage. This article explores the main components of bomba…
Descriptors: World History, Slavery, Foreign Countries, Folk Culture
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Hall, Joshua M. – Research in Dance Education, 2021
The Afro-Latin dance known as 'salsa' is a fusion of multiple dances from West Africa, Muslim Spain, enslaved communities in the Caribbean, and the United States. In part due to its global origins, salsa was pivotal in the development of the Figuration philosophy of dance, and for 'dancing-with,' the theoretical method for social justice derived…
Descriptors: Latin Americans, Dance, Muslims, Slavery
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Trafí-Prats, Laura – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2020
The article addresses the concept of Black childhoods through an ontology of fugitivity that operates at the intersection of Black studies and feminist science and technology studies. An ontology of fugitivity thinks of Blackness as a performance of resistance to systems of knowledge that have persistently situated Blackness as placeless and…
Descriptors: African American Students, Black Studies, Feminism, Resistance (Psychology)
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