A tenyearold male student at Marcus Garvey Academy is quoted as saying “It should have been all boys. Girls get you in trouble” (Gilchrist, August 29, 1991). 5. A nineyearold boy at Matthew Henson School, Baltimore's singlesex classroom ...
Author: M. Pratt-Clarke
Critical Race, Feminism, and Education provides a transformative next step in the evolution of critical race and Black feminist scholarship. Focusing on praxis, the relationship between the construction of race, class, and gender categories and social justice outcomes is analyzed. An applied transdisciplinary model - integrating law, sociology, history, and social movement theory - demonstrates how marginalized groups are oppressed by ideologies of power and privilege in the legal system, the education system, and the media. Pratt-Clarke documents the effects of racism, patriarchy, classism, and nationalism on Black females and males in the single-sex school debate.
Black sexual politics: African Americans, gender, and the new racism. ... Guyland: The perilous world where boys become men. New York: HarperCollins. Ladson-Billings, G. (2011). Boyz to men? Teaching to restore Black ...
Author: Shirley Anne Tate
Publisher: Springer Nature
This handbook unravels the complexities of the global and local entanglements of race, gender and intersectionality within racial capitalism in times of #MeToo, #BlackLivesMatter, the Chilean uprising, Anti-Muslim racism, backlash against trans and queer politics, and global struggles against modern colonial femicide and extractivism. Contributors chart intersectional and decolonial perspectives on race and gender research across North America, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, and South Africa, centering theoretical understandings of how these categories are imbricated and how they operate and mean individually and together. This book offers new ways to think about what is absent/present and why, how erasure works in historical and contemporary theoretical accounts of the complexity of lived experiences of race and gender, and how, as new issues arise, intersectionalities (re)emerge in the politics of race and gender. This handbook will be of interest to students and scholars across the social sciences and humanities.
Where are the racial tensions in education that allow CRT to be utilized? Two areas that would be ideal for a critical race examination of African American males would be standardized testing and school discipline.
Author: Tyrone C. Howard
Publisher: Teachers College Press
In his new book, the author of the bestseller Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools examines the chronic under-performance of African American males in U.S. schools. Citing a plethora of disturbing academic outcomes for Black males, this book focuses on the historical, structural, educational, psychological, emotional, and cultural factors that influence the teaching and learning process for this student population. Howard discusses the potential, and promise of Black males by highlighting their voices to generate new insights, create new knowledge, and identify useful practices that can significantly improve the schooling experiences and life chances of Black males. Howard calls for a paradigm shift in how we think about, teach, and study Black males. The book: examines current structures, ideologies, and practices that both help and hinder the educational and social prospects of Black males; translates frequently cited theorectical principles into research-based classroom practice; documents teacher-student interactions, student viewpoints, and discusses the troubling role that sports plays in th lives of many Black males; highlights voices and perspectives from Black male students about ways to improve their schooling experiences and outcomes; and identifies community-based programs that are helping Black males succeed.
if we do not allow Black men to define themselves for themselves then they will [continue to] be crushed by other people's fantasies as their images, abilities, possibilities, and bodies are eaten alive.9 Thus, our educational, ...
Author: Derrick R. Brooms
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Explores how race and gender matter on campus and how Black males navigate college for academic and personal success. This work marks a radical shift away from the pervasive focus on the challenges that Black male students face and the deficit rhetoric that often limits perspectives about them. Instead, Derrick R. Brooms offers reflective counter-narratives of success. Being Black, Being Male on Campus uses in-depth interviews to investigate the collegiate experiences of Black male students at historically White institutions. Framed through Critical Race Theory and Blackmaleness, the study provides new analysis on the utility and importance of Black Male Initiatives (BMIs). This work explores Black men’s perceptions, identity constructions, and ambitions, while it speaks meaningfully to how race and gender intersect as they influence students’ experiences. Derrick R. Brooms is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Louisville.
The second ID: Critical race counterstories of campus police interactions with Black men at historically White institutions. Race Ethnicity and Education, 24(2), 149– 166. https://doi.org/10.1080/13613324.2020.1753672 Jett, C. C. (2010) ...
Author: Christopher C. Jett
Publisher: Teachers College Press
For more than 175 years, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played a significant role in educating Black students. This book examines the experiences of a cohort of 16 Black male math majors at Morehouse College referred to as “the mathematical brotherhood.” Through the lenses of Black masculinity and critical race theory, the author employs an asset-based approach to tell a captivating story about this cohort within a racially affirming learning community. Readers will hear how Morehouse empowers the students, as well as how they navigate and manage ongoing racial challenges, mathematical spaces, and society. Amplifying the voices of the participants, the study showcases the nation’s top producer of Black male math majors, extends the knowledge base regarding HBCUs’ multigenerational legacy of success, and makes a significant contribution to the growing body of discipline-based education research. The author provides recommendations for families, educators, policymakers, and researchers to improve Black boys’ and men’s mathematics achievement and academic outcomes. “This book has potential for broad impact, as the insights about these men’s development can be useful to educators in grade schools, colleges, and universities and can be replicated in the development of Black boys and men in mathematics, where we remain sorely underrepresented.” —From the Foreword by Duane Cooper, associate professor of mathematics, Morehouse College “There is much to be learned and, hopefully, put into practice at institutions and departments that recognize the importance of care and real investment in students’ potential. . . .We are fortunate to have heard the mathematical stories told by these wise and thoughtful students, brought to life by this talented scholar.” —From the Afterword by Erica N. Walker, Clifford Brewster Upton Professor of Mathematical Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
Disrupting Deficit Discourses about Black Male Achievement Cecile Wright, Uvanney Maylor, Thomas Pickup ... Within American, predominantly school contexts, gendered racial constructs of Black boys as [A]ggressive and violent ...
Author: Cecile Wright
In contrast to research that focuses on the underperformance of young Black males in the British education system, the dominant notion of this volume is educational success. By aiming to understand how young, Black—notably African and Caribbean—male education plays out in different educational spaces, this book provides new insights around intersections between, and across, different structural forces and educational contexts. Examining the political, cultural, and structural factors that shape the educational journey of young Black men in the British education system, the book will cover topics such as: Race, gender, and class, and the attainment gap Contextualising Black men’s educational narratives The role of family and parenting in achieving success The role of community resource in achieving success Young British African and Caribbean Men Achieving Educational Success will be of interest to researchers, academics, and postgraduate students in the fields of multicultural education and gender and sexuality in education, as well as educators concerned with how Black male masculinities play out in educational discourses. Cecile Wright is Professor in the School of Sociology and Social Work, University of Nottingham, UK. Uvanney Maylor is Professor of Education in the Institute for Research in Education, at the University of Bedfordshire, UK. Thomas Pickup is a Principal Policy and Project Officer in local government in the UK.
Author: James L. Conyers, Jr.Publish On: 2020-01-21
teacher was defined before the recruitment of Black male teacher. Brown (2012) supports this notion by stating the following: The Black male teacher has become constructed as what I call a peda gogical kind...a type of educator whose ...
Author: James L. Conyers, Jr.
Category: Social Science
Narrating the realities of teacher burnout, the reception of a Black intelligentsia, and HIV awareness in local communities, Black Americans in Higher Education, the eighth volume of Africana Studies, explores higher education across the United States as inextricably related to contemporary issues facing African Americans. Featuring the work of Terrell M. Thomas, Gwendolyn D. Alfred, Kevin B. Thompson, Jasmine Williams, TaNeisha R. Page, Drew D. Brown, Grace A. Loudd, Derek Wilson, DaVonte Lyons, Jacqueline Gerard, Tanisha Stanford, Lanetta Dickens, Brittany C. Slatton, and James L. Conyers, Jr., this collection presents a deeper, cross-cultural understanding of higher education that conveys the many ways its intersections can promote the agency of Black Americans.
When acts of crime are portrayed in the media, the term thug most often signifies black males; while being ... Scholars in critical race studies account for the differentiation in racial formation of discursive practices of race in ...
Author: Darius Prier
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
News media, film, and the music industry have become powerful sources of misrepresentation of Black male life in the social imagination of white society. The pedagogy of popular culture has important implications for educators and youth advocates who desire to challenge the myths and distortions that ultimately harm youth. This volume raises awareness of the media war on Black male youth in popular culture, and the impact this image battle has on the discriminatory treatment of the population in urban educational settings. Citing the recent controversial deaths of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis, the portrayal of black males in contemporary films, and the locus of hip-hop masculinities, this volume offers a unique framework for analyzing how contemporary image-making practices affect Black male youth in urban education. It also offers ethical considerations for educators in their critique, consumption and reading of Black male subjectivity in media, and provides avenues for practical applications of critical media literacy on the ground.
As a result, African-American males will generally interpret their involvement in intercollegiate (and ... In other words, while a Black male football student athlete may be interested in receiving a college education and graduating (or ...
Author: Laurence Parker
Critical Race Theory (CRT) is an international movement of scholars working across multiple disciplines; some of the most dynamic and challenging CRT takes place in Education. This collection brings together some of the most exciting and influential CRT in Education. CRT scholars examine the race-specific patterns of privilege and exclusion that go largely unremarked in mainstream debates. The contributions in this book cover the roots of the movement, the early battles that shaped CRT, and key ideas and controversies, such as: the problem of color-blindness, racial microaggressions, the necessity for activism, how particular cultures are rejected in the mainstream, and how racism shapes the day-to-day routines of schooling and politics. Of interest to academics, students and policymakers, this collection shows how racism operates in numerous hidden ways and demonstrates how CRT challenges the taken-for-granted assumptions that shape educational policy and practice. The chapters in this book were originally published in the following journals: International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education; Race Ethnicity and Education; Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education; Critical Studies in Education.
In fact, Duncan was challenged three months later by a Black male high school student who was interviewed by CNN's Carl Azuz, ... shares work by scholars who used critical race theory to illuminate the voices of Black male teachers.
Author: Chance W. Lewis
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
This edited volume offers sound suggestions for advancing diversity in the teaching profession. It provides teacher education programs with needed training materials to accommodate Black male students, and school district administrators and leaders with information to help recruit and retain Black male teachers.