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Centering and Sustaining Us through Education AAIHS

Culturally sustaining pedagogy exists wherever education sustains the lifeways of communities who have been and continue to be damaged and erased through schooling. By proposing schooling as a site for sustaining the cultural ways of being of communities of color rather than eradicating them, CSP is responding to the many ways that schools

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On Education and African American Intellectual History

(7 days ago) WebDerrick P. Alridge, Professor in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia, is a U.S. educational and intellectual historian whose work examines African American …

Category:  Education,  University Go Now

The Education of Black Boys AAIHS

(Just Now) WebThe Education of Black Boys. In both Keisha Lindsay’s In A Classroom Of Their Own: The Intersection of Race and Feminist Politics in All-Black Male Schools and …

Category:  Education,  Schools Go Now

African American Women and the Building of Educational …

(Just Now) WebNieves helps to reframe our knowledge of racial uplift, and more importantly, the United States’ higher education system. These women memorialized racial pain and …

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Educating Harlem: A New Book on Schooling and Resistance in …

(Just Now) WebEducating Harlem paints a nuanced portrait of education in a storied community and brings much-needed historical context to one of the most embattled …

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The Activist Work of K-12 Educators: Then and Now AAIHS

(1 days ago) WebThe Activist Work of K-12 Educators: Then and Now. By Andrene Castro October 7, 2017 1. Reading Corner in a classroom in 1942, Washington, D.C. (Library of …

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An Education in Politics AAIHS

(7 days ago) WebThis is the very necessary political, cultural, and historical work of Elizabeth Todd-Breland’s A Political Education: Black Politics and Education Reform in Chicago …

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A Political Education: An Author's Response AAIHS

(4 days ago) Web*This post is part of our online roundtable on Elizabeth Todd-Breland’s A Political Education: Black Politics and Education Reform in Chicago Since the 1960s. …

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W.E.B. Du Bois and the Souls of Academic Folk AAIHS

(7 days ago) WebIn higher education debates, W.E.B. Du Bois is perhaps best known for his longstanding disagreement with Booker T. Washington over African American …

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Chicago at the Center AAIHS

(4 days ago) WebChicago ( Flickr: Chris Carr) Somewhere at the turn of the twenty-first century, in the first decade of charter school growth, a cliché took hold in education …

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The Contours of Black Studies in American Public Schools

(9 days ago) WebBlack Student in A Black Studies Class, Chicago, 1973 (John H. White/ U.S. National Archives, Flickr). Jonathan Zimmerman, a historian of education at the …

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Charter Schools and the Black Independent School Movement

(Just Now) WebSpecifically, charter schools have served as one avenue for the evolution of the Black independent school movement that developed in the late 1960s and early …

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African Americans and the Classics: An Introduction AAIHS

(3 days ago) WebBorn into slavery in Georgia in 1852, Scarborough committed himself to his education from a young age and eventually became the first African American Classics …

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The Uncertainties of Higher Ed in the Age of COVID-19 AAIHS

(5 days ago) WebHe writes regularly on higher education issues for Academe, Inside Higher Ed, and at academeblog.org, where he is also an editor and has posted over 500 entries. Kevin …

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The Art of Domination: On Decolonizing the Curriculum AAIHS

(5 days ago) WebAmerican University. Photo: Wikimedia/Samschoe. Those professors among us who teach from the perspective of the oppressed are often tasked with un-teaching …

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Derrick P. Alridge AAIHS

(8 days ago) WebDerrick P. Alridge, Professor in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia, is a U.S. educational and intellectual historian whose work …

Category:  Education,  University Go Now

The American Revolution and the Hope of Black People AAIHS

(6 days ago) WebA brief discussion of black hope on the eve of the Revolutionary War provides one set of responses to these questions. African Americans paid close attention to the …

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“Middle Class” is a White Racial Construct AAIHS

(3 days ago) WebThe findings are staggering. Not only is the chasm between median Black and white family wealth jarring—$1,700.00 to $116,800.00, respectively—but the …

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