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Sunil Banga – Whiteness and Education, 2024
Racist hate speech on UK university campuses remains an increasing concern. This article examines the widespread problem of racist hate speech through a multilayered theoretical approach; and suggests that a fuller appreciation of the problem can only be gained through a race-centred analysis. Drawing on Fraser's work on the problematics of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Racism, Social Bias
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Marjorie Johnstone; Eunjung Lee – Whiteness and Education, 2024
Using a philosophical framework of epistemic injustice and epistemic resistance (Fricker, 2007; Medina, 2013), we examine the recent deaths of nine Indigenous youths in a Northern Ontario city, Thunder Bay. We first document various reports and then we interrogate the impact of this violence on Indigenous communities, considering the egregious…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Death, Colonialism
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Hayes, Aneta; Shain, Farzana – Whiteness and Education, 2023
This paper deconstructs ways in which the white 'race' of Eastern European pupils and the class determination of their parents in the country of arrival combine to either afford or deny them racialised privileges in British education. Critically reviewing published research on Eastern European pupils in British schools, this article concludes that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Whites, Racial Identification, Racial Factors
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Gebhard, Amanda; Novotna, Gabriela; Carter, Heather; Oba, Funke – Whiteness and Education, 2023
This article responds to a university's anti-discrimination campaign, ostensibly launched to combat racism. Taking up poststructural principles and anchored in anti-racism literature, we employ a discourse analysis to examine the truth productions about racism circulated by the campaign, and the subject positions to which they give rise. We…
Descriptors: Racism, Social Justice, Intervention, Higher Education
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Boucher, Colleen – Whiteness and Education, 2022
Whiteness is defined by its normalcy and invisibility in white minds, and while those who have been made conscious of their own whiteness may grasp it in particular instances, the pervasiveness of the privileges and wages of whiteness is elusive for most whites. It would seem that whiteness is ephemeral in the white mind, which may comprehend the…
Descriptors: Whites, Figurative Language, Grade 9, Student Diversity
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Carranza, Mirna – Whiteness and Education, 2022
Social work education in the Global North is rooted in an underlying discourse of power that defines the 'knower' parameters and, therefore, legitimises who can 'teach'. For this paper, the spatial orientation of whiteness in the classroom in a time of coloniality and intersectionality is the unit of analysis. This whiteness is made visible by not…
Descriptors: Social Work, Professional Education, Colonialism, Power Structure
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Parsons, Carl – Whiteness and Education, 2022
Racisms are plural, taking different forms in different countries, subject to change in focus and intensity over time. Colonialism and slavery influence attitudes and policies in both countries through to modern times. In examining the British and American contexts, one needs to particularise by (a) country, (b) ethnicities, (c) histories, (d)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Racism, Educational Practices
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Johnstone, Marjorie; Lee, Eunjung – Whiteness and Education, 2022
Using Canada as a case study, we historically trace the imperial formation of whiteness supremacy in education from the colonial era to the current internationalisation of education in Western nations. In a global knowledge economy, knowledge has replaced resource extraction as a significant source of nation building. We argue that the…
Descriptors: Racism, Educational History, Colonialism, Knowledge Economy
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Bennett, Jacob – Whiteness and Education, 2021
Teacher educators report preservice teachers often have difficulty understanding the structural nature of oppression in the United States. A common explanation for this disconnect is the lack of time reserved to discuss such issues within teacher education programmes. When teachers enter P-12 classrooms without an understanding of the ways…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teacher Education Programs, Educational Change, Sustainability
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Ortega, Yecid – Whiteness and Education, 2021
This article uses a self-reflective autoethnography to critique colonisation and whiteness as systems of marginalisation and racialisation. I examine concepts grounded in post-colonial and anti-racist theories, and I interweave these with my experiences in white spaces in Colombia, the USA and Canada as an educator and researcher. I provide…
Descriptors: Whites, Racial Attitudes, Racism, Autobiographies
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Sims, Noah Isaiah – Whiteness and Education, 2020
This article theorises and historically contextualises the racialised experiences of a Black male who has attempted to do racial equity work with white teachers in a suburban Minnesota school district. I use Afro-Pessimism as a theoretical tool and guidepost as I weave the journey to becoming a racial equity teacher and the systemic troubles of…
Descriptors: Racial Attitudes, Racial Identification, White Teachers, Suburban Schools
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Bourke, Brian – Whiteness and Education, 2020
In fights for social justice, allies and their efforts receive a significant amount of attention. This attention can be justified, as allies serve essential functions in efforts to eliminate inequalities and inequities present in social systems, which is central to work within social justice movements. However, 'the term ally has been rendered…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Discourse Analysis, Activism, Social Justice
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Ketner, Amanda L. – Whiteness and Education, 2019
With a teaching force that is predominately White educating a growing proportion of students of color, there is a pressing concern in the United States to address how teachers are prepared to confront the racial realities of their classrooms. By critiquing general and mathematics teacher education standards, this paper finds that inadequate…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Academic Standards, Mathematics Teachers, Racial Factors
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Joseph-Salisbury, Remi – Whiteness and Education, 2019
On the morning of Friday 3 February 2017, Femi Nylander -- a Black Oxford alumnus -- walked through the grounds of Oxford University's Harris Manchester College. Later that morning a CCTV image of Femi was circulated to staff and students who were urged to 'maintain vigilance'. Whilst 'post-racial' ideology insists on framing such incidents as…
Descriptors: Racism, College Students, Whites, Minority Group Students
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Currin, Elizabeth; Schroeder, Stephanie; McCardle, Todd – Whiteness and Education, 2019
Opt Out Florida, a largely White, middle-class social movement comprised of parents -- most often, mothers -- opposed to high-stakes standardised testing in U.S. public schools, has received media criticism for its homogeneity. This article elucidates that trend while simultaneously offering a more nuanced view, using theories of internalised…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Racial Attitudes, Racism, Standardized Tests
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