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Beyond heroes and holidays : a practical guide to K-12 anti-racist, multicultural education and staff development

Author: Enid Lee; Deborah Menkart; Margo Okazawa-Rey; Teaching for Change (Organization)
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Teaching for Change, ©2002.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Enid Lee; Deborah Menkart; Margo Okazawa-Rey; Teaching for Change (Organization)
ISBN: 1878554174 9781878554178
OCLC Number: 51074343
Description: xiii, 431 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: School Staff, Family and Community Development --
Anti-Racist Education: Pulling Together to Close the Gaps / Enid Lee --
Educating for Equality: Forging a Shared Vision / Louise Derman-Sparks --
Affirmation, Solidarity and Critique: Moving Beyond Tolerance in Education / Sonia Nieto --
Educating for Critical Practice / Margo Okazawa-Rey --
Approaches to Multicultural Curriculum Reform / James A. Banks --
Teaching Whites About Racism / Christine Sleeter --
White Racial Identity and Anti-Racist Education: A Catalyst for Change / Sandra M. Lawrence and Beverly Daniel Tatum --
True Colors of the New Jim Toomey: Transformation, Integrity, Trust in Educating Teachers About Oppression / Cindy Cohen --
Activities for Workshops, Courses and Institutes --
Personal Cultural History Exercise / Margo Okazawa-Rey --
De-Tracking the Tracking Dialogue / Deborah Menkart --
Tracking Teacher Expectations and Student Outcomes / Noni Mendoza Reis and Irene McGinty --
What Is the Bias Here? Staff Development for Critical Literacy --
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack / Peggy McIntosh --
White Privilege in Schools / Ruth Anne Olson --
Developing Positive Racial Attitudes / CIBC --
Do You Know Where the Parents of Your Children Are? / Hugh McKeown --
Why Do You Force Your Ways? / Frank Fingarsen --
Growing Up Gay / Katherine Whitlock --
Understanding the Needs of Youth: "Who 'You Calling Violent?" / Luis Rodriguez --
B.S. in Education (Poem) / Toni Blackman --
When the Frame Becomes the Picture / Clem Marshall --
Dear High School Teacher / Kai James --
Dear Principal / Muriel Clarke --
What I've Learned About Undoing Racism / Andrea Ayvazian --
Distancing Behaviors Often Used by White People / James Edler and Bruce Irons --
"Every one of our teachers believed in us." (Essay) / Debbie Wei --
Butterflies (Short Story) / Patricia Grace --
Reading Between the Lines: Critical Literacy --
Lies My Textbook Told Me: Racism and Anti-Racism in U.S. History / James Loewen --
Men (Poem) / E. Ethelbert Miller --
Bias in Children's Movies: Pocahontas / Tom Roderick, Laura McClure and Chief Roy Crazy Horse --
So Mexicans Are Taking Jobs from Americans (Poem) / Jimmy Santiago Baca --
Arab Stereotypes and American Educators / Marvin Wingfield and Bushra Karaman --
Media Myths Contribute to Hunger in Africa / Deborah Menkart --
Language --
Best of Both Worlds / Marlene Carter --
Language Diversity and Learning / Lisa Delpit --
"Say 'ask,' Deneese" (Story Excerpt) / A. J. Verdelle[greater than or equal] --
Racism in the English Language / Robert B. Moore --
Yuba City School (Poem) / Chitra Divakaruni --
Equity and Literacy: The Challenge of the Decade / Enid Lee --
Bilingual Education: Talking Points / J. David Ramirez --
Linguistic Human Rights and Education / Alma Flor Ada --
Lessons for the Classroom --
Early Childhood --
Activism and Preschool Children / Louise Derman-Sparks --
Redefining the Norm: Early Childhood Anti-Bias Strategies / Ellen Wolpert --
Social Studies and Language Arts --
Students' Stories in Action Comics / Debbie Wei --
Para Teresa (Poem) / Ines Hernandez-Avila --
Portrait Poems: Stepping into the World of Others / Linda Christensen --
Mountains of Prejudice; Streams of Justice: The Cherokee/Seminole Removal Role Play / Bill Bigelow --
Institutionalization of Racism / Deborah Menkart --
Violence, the KKK, and the Struggle for Equality / CEA / NEA and CIB --
Business of Drugs / Deborah Menkart --
Cost of an Election / Ben Forbes --
Exclusion-Chinese in 19th Century America / Debbie Wei --
Angel Island / Debbie Wei --
Paradise and the Politics of Tourist Hawai'i / Wayne Au --
Mathematics --
Exploring Economic Inequities / Jan M. Goodman --
Reading the World with Math: Goals for a Critical Mathematical Literacy Curriculum / Marilyn Frankenstein --
Algebra Project / Liz Hottel --
Science and Geography --
Question of Biology: Are the Races Different? / Richard C. Lewontin --
Issues Approach to Chemistry --
Theme for Biology: Crop Diversity / Louis Werner --
Environmental Racism and Native American Reservations / Lynette Selkurt --
Arts --
Taking a Stand: Student-Led Drama and Dialogue / Karen Donaldson --
Busting Ads with Art / Liz Hottel --
Technology --
Global Learning Networks: Gaining Perspective on Our Lives with Distance / Kristin Brown, Jim Cummins, Enid Figueroa and Dennis Sayers --
On the Road to Cultural Bias: A Critique of "The Oregon Trail" CD-ROM / Bill Bigelow --
Schoolwide Activities --
Cultural Clubs in Public Schools / Bakari Chavanu --
School Mascots / Barbara Miner --
Girl Power / Lisa Berndt, Amy Epstein and Valerie Minor --
Holidays and Heritage --
Heritage Months and Celebrations: Some Considerations / Deborah Menkart --
Holidays: An Anti-Bias Approach / Julie Bisson --
Native Perspective on Thanksgiving --
Asian American (Poem) / Joyce Miyamoto --
Activists for Social Change --
La Llorona: Exploring Myth and Reality / Marta Urquilla --
Where I'm From: Inviting Student Lives into the Classroom / Linda Christensen --
Negotiating Pitfalls and Possibilities: Presenting Folk Arts in the Schools / Debora Kodish and William Westerman --
On the Question of Race (Poem) / Quique Aviles and Michelle Banks --
Talking Back --
Looking Through an Anti-Racist Lens / Enid Lee --
Compassion and Improvisation: Learning to Stand Up For Others / Linda Christensen --
"Talking Back" Stories --
Word Power --
About Teaching for Change.
Responsibility: edited by Enid Lee, Deborah Menkart, and Margo Okazawa-Rey.


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