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Zembylas, Michalinos – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
I highlight the importance of paying attention to the affective strategies of abolition pedagogies in higher education to mobilize abolitionist praxis. Affective strategies can make a contribution in either changing or reproducing the affective culture that has long been established at the colonial university. In the analysis here, I argue that…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Practices, Empathy, Social Justice
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Caldas, Blanca – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
This study shows how a cohort of 22 bilingual preservice teachers imagined "re-existence" through "fugitivity" by using embodiment as a decolonial pedagogy to contest linguistic, xenophobic, racist, and classist oppression at micro levels at schools. The participants dramatized their future selves in specific situations they…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Minority Group Teachers, Bilingual Students
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Gibbs, Brian – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Drawing from data from a multicase study, I examined how teachers teach current racial violence and for racial justice in rural school spaces in the U.S. South. Using abolitionist teaching and trauma-informed pedagogy as theoretical lenses, I argue that racial violence and racial justice can be taught well even in schools in complex political,…
Descriptors: Geographic Regions, Racial Bias, Violence, Social Justice
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Riley, Kathleen; Solic, Kathryn – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
We share findings from a qualitative study of the tensions experienced as facilitators of an urban education fellowship program in which we brought preservice teachers into activist educator communities. We analyzed field notes, analytic memos, artifacts, and transcripts from group meetings, interviews, and video blogs. Findings revealed four…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Activism, Educational Environment
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McNeill, Olivia; Love, Bettina L.; Patel, Leigh; Stovall, David Omotoso – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Operating within the Black radical tradition, through this kitchen-table talk, we seek to edify and sustain abolitionist ontologies. We begin with poetic and musical offerings that highlight our personal connections to abolition, before exploring the complexities and necessities of relationship building as foundational for this work. We encounter…
Descriptors: Social Justice, African Americans, Discussion, Educational Change
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Garad, Brooke Harris – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Scholars, educators, writers, and librarians have been calling for richer literary depictions of Black culture since the 1930s. Using a critical content analysis framework with the books "Ada Twist, "Scientist" and "Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut," I discuss how the concepts of fugitivity, fantasy, futurity, and freedom…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Culturally Relevant Education, Diversity, African American Culture
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Yeh, Cathery; Tan, Paulo; Reinholz, Daniel L. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Borders--territorial, economic, political, and ideological--are processes of social division. They monitor and exclude and are regulated, patrolled, and maintained by an array of power regimes, but borderlands are also sites of movement, agency, and resistance. Likewise, mathematics is used as a border that divides and politicizes. In this…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Epistemology, Definitions, Social Justice
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Warren, Chezare A. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
This article insists on a reframe of mourning, away from a period of sadness or weeping alone, to a vision of its merits for discovering and unlocking possibility in Black Education. For example, mourning might be understood as involuntarily surrendered time necessary to properly grieve, concede, and embrace Black people's subject position in the…
Descriptors: African American Education, Grief, Activism, Motivation
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Wilcox, Susan – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Despite developing curriculum for a youth organization with which I have a long history, it was not until a 7-hour videocall that it occurred to me that "witnessing" might be part of its pedagogy. Something important about "bearing witness" to the members and their "baring witness" (confessing their thoughts to us),…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, LGBTQ People, Minority Groups, Hispanic Americans
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Ladson-Billings, Gloria – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
The challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic exposed many of the nation's vulnerabilities--health care, economic, climate, and educational disparities--and put us all on alert. While many are scrambling for solutions to return to school in safe ways, this article speaks to the need to fundamentally rethink education and consider the pandemic as an…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Educational Change, Culturally Relevant Education
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Dillard, Cynthia B. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Education elders must engage next generation Black thinkers and doers in addressing the complex global and spiritual issues in education today. Deep listening to the young is absolutely essential to imagining a future that is worthy of Black engagement and brilliance. In this article, I bear witness and honor the righteous version of endarkened…
Descriptors: African American Students, Equal Education, Excellence in Education, Feminism
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Brown, Keffrelyn D. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
What does it mean to educate the Black student? How do education stakeholders committed to Black students and communities understand the role of teaching and teachers to help students meet education goals? In this analytical article, inspired by multiple traditions in Black intellectual thought, I explore how Black writers who write outside of…
Descriptors: Authors, African Americans, Educational Research, Culturally Relevant Education
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Kirkland, David E. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
This article suggests pedagogical naming matters to the education of Black people. It refuses the idea of a universalist pedagogy for all, and thereby unmasks that which has been rendered invisible in teaching and learning, i.e., the Black self--so as to recover it so that it might be nurtured. In doing so, the article illuminates an important set…
Descriptors: African American Students, Race, Racial Identification, Consciousness Raising
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Beneke, Margaret R.; Collins, Shayla; Powell, Selma – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
In this critical, qualitative study, we utilized Disability Critical Race Theory and revolutionary mothering to understand how Mothers of Color who have young children with disabilities made meaning of underlying constitutions of competence within schools, and how they conceptualized possibility for justice in early childhood. Findings reveal how…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Mothers, Critical Theory, Race
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Sosa-Provencio, Mia; Vázquez Dathe, Magdalena; Qassem, Omkulthoom – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
New Mexico is comprised predominantly of People(s) of Color: 23 sovereign Indigenous nations, diverse Mexicana/o and Black communities, and African, Middle Eastern, and Asian immigrant and refugee groups. Recently, "Yazzi/Martinez v. New Mexico" (2018) found the state failing its constitutional mandate to equitably educate…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Socioeconomic Status, Low Income Students, Minority Group Students
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