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What We Still Don't Know About Teaching Race: How to Talk About It in the Classroom


reviewed by Sachi Feris August 14, 2006

coverTitle: What We Still Don't Know About Teaching Race: How to Talk About It in the Classroom
Author(s): Sherick A. Hughes (Ed.)
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press, New York
ISBN: 0773459286, Pages: 444, Year: 2005
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What We Still Don't Know About Teaching Race: How to Talk About It in the Classroom, edited by Sherick A. Hughes, is a thought-provoking tool for teacher-educators who are struggling to instill an anti-racist, social justice pedagogy in their future teachers. With a strong emphasis of multicultural critical theory and the power of narratives, this collection of stories inspires reflection on the teaching of race and what conversations about race might look like in a pre-service teacher education program. This compilation of lessons learned from teacher-educators, based on their experiences teaching pre-service multicultural education courses largely in the United States, will be of particular value for emerging and experienced teacher-educators committed to the life-long process of honing their strategies around the teaching of race. My personal reading and review of this book was timely as I prepared to teach a multicultural education course in a graduate program in New York... (preview truncated at 150 words.)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 14, 2006
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12665, Date Accessed: 10/17/2017 10:57:16 AM

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  • Sachi Feris
    Border Crossers
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    SACHI FERIS is founder and director of Border Crossers, an organization that brings together young students from segregated neighborhoods in New York City to explore issues of discrimination, inequality, and social justice, and to develop student leadership towards lasting social change (www.bordercrossers.org).
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