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Beyond Race Awareness: White Racial Identity and Multicultural Teaching
Interviews examined whether white students' shifts in thinking about themselves as racial beings and about systems of oppression during a multicultural education course were evident in later teaching practice. Though students initially resisted learning about their own racism, they eventually became more willing to take some responsibility for racism. (SM)
Author/Creator: Lawrence, Sandra M.
Date Published: Mar-Apr
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Teacher Education
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