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Jones, Natasha N. – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
This article is from a talk that was given on April 16, 2021, as the author's contribution for the anti-racism panel "Undoing BIPOC Erasure in the Academy: A Conversation about Race and Anti-Racism." The panel was hosted by the University of California Merced. Minor edits for print and publication have been made to the article for…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Social Justice, Ethnic Diversity, Inclusion
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Dubisar, Abby M. – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
Beyond growing and selling food, women farmers perform literacy work to establish and maintain legitimacy. As part of a larger interview-based dataset, this article analyzes the literacy practices that one woman farmer, Lauren, undertakes in relation to her legitimacy as a farmer. Informed by literacy studies research and feminist rhetoric…
Descriptors: Agricultural Occupations, Females, Literacy, Sex Stereotypes
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Lueck, Amy J.; Kroot, Matthew V.; Panich, Lee M. – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
Colleges and universities across the United States are recognizing the public memory function of their campus spaces and facing difficult decisions about how to represent the ugly sides of their histories within their landscapes of remembrance. Official administrative responses to demands for greater inclusiveness are often slow and conservative…
Descriptors: School Community Relationship, Writing (Composition), Undergraduate Students, Computer Uses in Education
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Novotny, Maria – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
In the era of a global pandemic, this article claims that community literacy scholars are well poised to support challenges currently facing healthcare providers. To demonstrate this, I offer one example drawing on my work with The ART of Infertility and explain how I repurposed patient art and stories to curate emotional literacy amongst…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Art, Patients, Emotional Intelligence
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Kubasko Sullivan, Danielle; Fahrenbruck, Mary L. – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
Events following a display of archival photographs depicting a Navajo Civil Rights march that was sponsored by One Book/One Community of San Juan College illuminated racial tensions and competing injustices in the community of Farmington, New Mexico. These events are analyzed through a paradigm, indigenous-sustaining literacy, which could benefit…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Land Settlement, Archives, Photography
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Turner, Alison – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
The author shares the challenges of facilitating a writing group in a temporary emergency shelter in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. She shows how within this constantly changing environment and its safety protocols, community literacy was as difficult to establish as it was vital to make available. Exploring some of the best practices…
Descriptors: Collaborative Writing, Emergency Shelters, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Fleitz, Elizabeth J. – Community Literacy Journal, 2021
Exploring literacy practices of home cooks, this article analyzes how cookbooks are remixed by users (with writings, clippings and other ephemera added to the text throughout its use). The practice of remixing the text with further editing by its user/audience illustrates the multilayered literacies at work in establishing authorship within the…
Descriptors: Cooking Instruction, Instructional Materials, Literacy, Authors
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Langdon, Lance – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
This article highlights some of the successes the Humanities Out There (HOT) program at the University of California, Irvine had when partnering with progressive institutions, namely with the Chicano/Latino Studies program at the university and with the arts program in a local high school. The first program engaged students in exploring the…
Descriptors: Humanities Instruction, Universities, Partnerships in Education, Ethnic Studies
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Kynard, Carmen – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
At the heart of this essay is a series of narratives about classrooms and teaching in both undergraduate and graduate spaces. Classrooms represent geographies of Black Feminisms for the author because, above all else, a critical/ intersectional/ anti-racist pedagogy in classrooms is the practice of a Black Feminist imaginative. Black folx and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, African American Students, Feminism
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Oriz, Michelle Angela – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
Michelle Angela Ortiz is a visual artist, skilled muralist, and community arts educator who uses her art as a vehicle to represent people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted. Through community arts practices, painting, and public art installations, she creates platforms for social change. In this article, she describes some…
Descriptors: Art, Community, Social Change, Art Activities
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Hill, Amanda – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
This paper considers the practical and theoretical methodologies of the community literacy project, "The Recipe of Me," conducted with homeless youth in Orlando, Florida. In this project, youth created personal, mediatized narratives in a storytelling residency aimed at examining the role of digital storytelling in fostering confidence,…
Descriptors: Homeless People, Community Programs, Story Telling, Literacy Education
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Concannon, Joe; Foster, Boo Balkan – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
This essay examines writing partnerships in 2016 and 2017 that invited community nonprofit volunteers and employees into seqacib, which is a Seattle youth (middle school and high school) Native cultural literacy classroom community. As a white settler employed by the nonprofit during the events described, I emphasize the wisdom of seqacib students…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Partnerships in Education, Middle School Students, High School Students
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Dimmick, Michael – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
In this article, I take up the underrecognized and almost unstudied literacy work of Maria Varela, a Latinx Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) staff member in charge of developing literacy materials for African Americans in the South during the 1960s. I analyze the use of community activism in the multimodal literacy materials that…
Descriptors: Adult Literacy, Activism, Instructional Materials, African Americans
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Mathieu, Paula – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
In this article, Paula Mathieu shares a few lessons about what she now sees as the contemplative call of community writing, which is at once personal, political, historical, and pedagogical. If people are going to do community-based work ethically and, mindful of past and present racial and other political wounds, they need to do their work…
Descriptors: Community Programs, Collaborative Writing, Personal Narratives, Ethics
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McCool, Megan – Community Literacy Journal, 2020
In this reflection, using the work of Ellen Cushman and Paula Mathieu as a framework from which to extend, I explore how my positionality as a graduate student affected my experience wading into community-engaged literacy work. Specifically, I reflect on my time with a nonprofit organization that provides no-cost legal support and safety planning…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Reflection, Community Involvement, Literacy
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