CI 5464: The Politics of Literacy and Race in Schools

3 Credits

Literacy and race in schools examined, especially how power plays out, and what are the possibilities for creating radical democratic forms of life. Conceptions of language, literacy, whiteness, and racial identities are explored. Topics include educators’ talk and silence about race, Ebonics, and youth’s racial identities in global times.

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