Engaging Equity: New Perspectives on Anti-Racist Education

Engaging Equity: New Perspectives on Anti-Racist Education

by Leeno Karumanchery PhD (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781550592863
Publisher: Brush Education
Publication date: 01/01/2005
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 7.27(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Leeno Karumanchery, PhD, is the founder and executive director of Diversity Solutions Inc, which workks to create a model for diversity management that would allow dedicated organizational leaders, staff and stakeholders apply their experience and knowledge towards the creation of healthier more productive workplaces and communities. With a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto, Leeno is widely published in the field of equity and diversity-based reform.

Table of Contents

Section I: Theoretical Underpinnings
1. The dialects of power: Understanding the functionality of White supremacy, Shirley Steinberg
2. Racism “renewed”: Nationalist practices, citizenship, and fantasy post 9/11, Kayleen U. Oka
3. The ties that bind: Thinking through the praxis of multicultural and anti-racism education in Canadian contexts, Carl E. James
4. Spectacles of race and pedagogies of denial: Anti-Black racist pedagogy under the reign of neoliberalism, Henry A. Giroux
Section II: Lessons in Betrayal: Educating the Oppressed
5. Empire building for a new millennium: State standards and a curriculum for imperialism, Christine E. Sleeter
6. Racism in educational sites: Sustaining oppression and maintaining the status quo, David Gillborn
7. Lessons in civic alienation: The color and class of betrayal in public education, Michelle Fine and April Burns
Section III: Building Praxical Anti-Racism
8. Unmasking racism: A challenge for anti-racist educators in the 21st century, George J. Sefa Dei
9. Reinventing and redefining Whiteness: Building a critical pedagogy for insurgent times, Joe Kincheloe
10. Dancing with turtles: Building alliances between communities and the academy, Ginette Lafrenière, Papa Lamine Diallo, and Donna Dubie
11. Implications for anti-racist education: A pedagogical needs assessment, Leeno Luke Karumanchery

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