“Endarkening, Engendering and Embodying, Theorizing Intersectional Racial Literacy” in Global Citizenship for
The Hand Book features photographic stories from Africa and the African Diaspora of hands working, playing and creating.
“. . . . a practical, insightful and accessible guide that will prove particularly relevant to those who work with students in urban schools and communities.”
” . . . . not only an instructional roadmap, but a moral compass for working with Black and Latino/a students as if they matter.”
A. Lin Goodwin
“A must read for all who are involved in adolescent development [and] work to close the achievement gap.”
Sabrina Hope King
"My Sister, My Brother, Myself, Critical Exploration of Sexism and Misogyny at The Brotherhood/Sister Sol” in Teach Freedom, Education for Liberation in the African American Tradition
"Let My Soul Spit: Young People Write for Reflection and Inspiration” in Listening to and Learning from Students
. . . a gift that is urgently needed. . . . It is not a quick fix, not a simple recipe, but it is a workable investment that will empower teachers to teach and students to learn, all students.
. . . has the 'flava,' power and demonstrated street cred to transform young people through a thorough exploration of community, culture, history - and self.
Reverend Alfonso Wyatt
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