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Teaching for Black lives /
editors, Dyan Watson, Jesse Hagopian, Wayne Au.
First edition.
Milwaukee, WI : Rethinking Schools, [2018]
382 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
0942961048, 9780942961041
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Milwaukee, WI : Rethinking Schools, [2018]
contents note
Black Students' Lives Matter : Building the school-to-justice pipeline / the editors of Rethinking Schools -- How One Elementary School Sparked a Citywide Movement to Make Black Students' Lives Matter / Wayne Au and Jesse Hagopian -- Student Athletes Kneel to Level the Playing Field / Jesse Hagopian -- Happening Yesterday, Happened Tomorrow : Teaching the ongoing murders of Black men / Renée Watson -- Space for Young Black Women : An interview with Candice Valenzuela / Jody Sokolower -- Trayvon Martin and My Students : Writing toward justice / Linda Christensen -- Two Sets of Notes / MK Asante -- Taking the Fight Against White Supremacy into Schools / Adam Sanchez -- A Vision for Black Lives : Policy demands for Black power, freedom, and justice / the Movement for Black Lives coalition -- The Color Line : How white elites sought to divide and conquer in the American colonies / Bill Bigelow -- Presidents and Slaves : Helping students find the truth / Bob Peterson -- When Black Lives Mattered : Why teach Reconstruction / Adam Sanchez -- Reconstructing the South : A role play / Bill Bigelow -- Medical Apartheid : Teaching the Tuskegee Syphilis Study / Gretchen Kraig-Turner -- Beyond Just a Cells Unit : What my science students learned from the story of Henrietta Lacks / Gretchen Kraig-Turner -- Teaching SNCC : The organization at the heart of the civil rights revolution / Adam Sanchez -- Claiming and Teaching the 1963 March on Washington / Bill Fletcher Jr. -- Reflections of a "Deseg Baby" / Linda Mizell -- What We Don't Learn About the Black Panther Party--but Should / Adam Sanchez and Jesse Hagopian -- COINTELPRO : Teaching the FBI's war on the Black freedom movement / Ursula Wolfe-Rocca -- Burned Out of Homes and History : Unearthing the silenced voices of the Tulsa Race Riot / Linda Christensen -- "The Most Gentrified City of the Century" / Becky HenkleBerry and Jeff Waters -- What Do You Mean When You Say Urban? Speaking honestly about race and students / Dyan Watson -- Vacancies to Fill : Considering desire in the past and future of Chicago's vacant schools / Eve L. Ewing -- Plotting Inequalities, Building Resistance / Bridget Brew, Crystal Proctor, and Adam Renner -- Bearing Witness Through Poetry / Renée Watson -- Shock-Doctrine Schooling in Haiti : Neoliberalism off the Richter scale / Jesse Hagopian -- Lead Poisoning : Bringing social justice to chemistry / Karen Zaccor -- Jailing Our Minds / Abbie Cohen -- Schools and the New Jim Crow : An interview with Michelle Alexander / Jody Sokolower -- Racial Justice Is Not a Choice : White supremacy, high-stakes testing, and the punishment of Black and Brown students / Wayne Au -- How K-12 Schools Push Out Black Girls : An interview with Monique W. Morris / Kate Stoltzfus -- Haniyah's Story / Haniyah Muhammad -- Teaching Haniyah / Jody Sokolower -- Teaching the Prison-Industrial Complex / Aparna Lakshmi -- Restorative Justice : What it is and is not / the editors of Rethinking Schools -- Baby Steps Toward Restorative Justice / Linea King -- A Talk to Teachers / James Baldwin -- Black Like Me / Renée Watson -- Dear White Teacher / Chrysanthius Lathan -- Black Boys in White Spaces : One mom's reflection / Dyan Watson -- "Raised by Women" : Celebrating our homes / Linda Christensen -- Ode to the Only Black Kid in the Class / Clint Smith -- #MeToo and The Color Purple / Linda Christensen -- Queering Black History and Getting Free / Dominique Hazzard -- Rethinking Islamophobia : Combating bigotry by raising the voices of Black Muslims / Alison Kysia -- Rethinking Identity : Afro-Mexican history / Michelle Nicola -- Brown Kids Can't Be in Our Club : Teaching 6-year-olds about skin color, race, culture, and respect / Rita Tenorio -- A Message from a Black Mom to Her Son / Dyan Watson -- Black Is Beautiful / Kara Hinderlie
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