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Understanding the Functions and Forms of Racism: Toward the Development of Promising Practices
The public looks to schools to address prejudice and discrimination. Several models of and approaches to multicultural education are described. Racism is not eradicated by preaching tolerance or by providing information that contradicts stereotypes. Racism is best overcome through a political education that explains the social and political conditions that produce it. (TD)
Author/Creator: Moodley, Kogila
Date Published: Spr
Journal/Secondary Title: Education Canada
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Theme issue title: "Teaching as a Profession."
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