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Rodríguez, Briana K. N.; Kokka, Kari – Educational Foundations, 2021
Relationships, such as the advisee/advisor relationship, in academia are typically taught to be used as a resource (a commodity) for the advancement of one's career. Problematizing the advising relationship draws attention to the inherent hierarchies and violence an advisor may perpetuate. In this article, we explore our resistance and healing…
Descriptors: Academic Advising, Faculty Advisers, Teacher Student Relationship, Racial Bias
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Mustaffa, Jalil B. – Educational Foundations, 2021
I first describe the Black scholarly dilemma to set up the reader for how spirit murder happens subtly and the ways, I argue, centering Black life can restore our spirits. Through meditating on the existing literature, I argue that exclusion and marginalization are not the primary indicators of spirit murder in the education field or the academy.…
Descriptors: Blacks, Racial Bias, Higher Education, Cultural Influences
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Revilla, Anita Tijerina – Educational Foundations, 2021
This essay examines Patricia William's concept of spirit murder (1991) as she details the ways that racism and other forms of discrimination have devastating spiritual and emotional long-term impacts on the individual and collective psyche of Black people and other marginalized people in the U.S. I connect William's concept of spirit murder to two…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Racial Discrimination, Emotional Response, Psychological Patterns
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Reynolds, Aja D.; Botts, Ree; Pour-Khorshid, Farima – Educational Foundations, 2021
"Sis, but how is your spirit, though?" This is a question we ask each other often, an inquiry that grounds us in the spiritual restoration that is necessary for our survival. We are women of color (WOC) academics trying our best to be well. As sisters first, and scholars second, our Critical Sisterhood Praxis demands that we show up on…
Descriptors: Religious Factors, Spiritual Development, College Faculty, Women Faculty
Wright-Mair, Raquel; Pulido, Gabriel – Educational Foundations, 2021
Spirit murdering in the academy is pervasive and the impacts on racially minoritized populations are far-reaching and lasting. As Love (2016) notes, spirit murdering is built upon an academic culture that openly embraces racism, at the expense of the minds, bodies, and souls of racially minoritized faculty and students. Over time the spirits,…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, College Students, Cultural Awareness, Culturally Relevant Education
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Wilson, Asif – Educational Foundations, 2021
Black, Indigenous, and other students of color (BIPOC) are selecting to attend community colleges more than any other post-secondary school setting. However as the author argues, community colleges have, since their inception, served as exclusionary spaces for labor extraction that murders the spirits of BIPOC students. This article explores…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Minority Group Students, Cultural Influences
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Cisneros, Nora Alba – Educational Foundations, 2021
As a mother, daughter, and educator in Compton, California, the author writes a letter as an episolary offering/love letter for adjunct professors. The author offers these brief words as an act of gratitude, as an act of daily survival, and as an act of abundant defiance against the elimination of Women of Color (WoC) adjunct professors, writers,…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, Women Faculty, Minority Group Teachers
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Malone, Larissa; Brown, Venessa A. – Educational Foundations, 2021
Christian higher education uniquely marries neoplantation academia with the practice of religious jawboning, using persuasion rather than the exertion of vehement enforcement, to engage Black faculty of faith in upholding white supremacy ideology. These institutions can and do use faith as a tool of oppression through their policies and practice,…
Descriptors: Christianity, Religious Education, Higher Education, College Faculty
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Smith, Christopher N.; Hartlep, Nicholas D.; Ellis, Antonio L. – Educational Foundations, 2020
Violence has been a prevalent issue within the African American community for the last two decades. This research study seeks to supplement the plethora of research around this area. Particularly, this study is concerned with what variables impact an individual's tendency to react violently within the African American community. Utilizing…
Descriptors: Violence, African Americans, Family Influence, Family Relationship
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Williams, Shelby L. – Educational Foundations, 2020
Whiteness is more than a racial identity. It is a concept that is deeply embedded into the structures and histories of many institutions of higher education. Due to the pervasiveness of Whiteness, institutions are likely to have campus climates that are hostile and unsupportive of students who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.…
Descriptors: Whites, Racial Identification, Higher Education, College Environment
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King, LaGarrett; Woodson, Ashley; Dozono, Tadashi – Educational Foundations, 2020
In this article, the authors focus on ways to structure conversations about racism in world history classrooms through a case study of race and racism in Haiti at the turn of the 19th century. Drawing on the events of the Haitian Revolution, the authors describe how identifying patterns of racial hierarchy can provide a framework for talking about…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, World History, History Instruction, Race
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Robbins, Rockey; Hong, Ji; Chancey, John; Robbins, Sharla – Educational Foundations, 2020
This article describes an "Integrative Fourfold Approach" to teaching multiculturalism in secondary and higher educational settings. Four general approaches to teaching multicultural issues are presented, followed by critical reviews from each perspective of the other three approaches. Next, the authors propose a teaching approach that…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Teaching Methods, Secondary Education, Higher Education
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Shannon-Baker, Peggy; Porfilio, Brad J.; Plough, Bobbie – Educational Foundations, 2020
The purpose of this study is to examine the school selection process of parents whose children attended an urban school district in Northern California. Like numerous urban school districts across the United States, the district highlighted in this study also encountered students exiting its schools for the past decade. The findings shared in this…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Declining Enrollment, Urban Schools, School Districts
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Jarvie, Scott; Burke, Kevin J. – Educational Foundations, 2019
This analytic essay builds on recent work examining the ways religiosity in U.S. education is manifest in the particular discourses that come to shape popular understandings of the possible in and through schooling. The authors analyze the function of four concepts, in light of recent constructions of religions and their relative positioning as…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Catholic Schools, Epistemology, Educational Change
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Porfilio, Brad J.; Strom, Katie; Lupinacci, John – Educational Foundations, 2019
Through a case study of two doctoral programs situated in the United States, this essay highlights how doctoral programs designed to prepare leaders in K-16 institutions and other contexts can be "framed around questions of equity, ethics, and social justice to bring about solutions to complex problems of practice" (CPED, 2016; Buss,…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Doctoral Programs, Neoliberalism, Equal Education
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