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Raising-Hands While Black (RHWB): An African American Man’s Cautionary Tale


by Fred Bonner — December 05, 2014

Raising Hands While Black(RHWB): An African American Man's Cautionary Tale explores the concept of what raised hands represent for men of color and how this representation is often scripted in schools and society from a deficit perspective.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 05, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17774, Date Accessed: 12/18/2017 7:56:29 AM

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  • Fred Bonner
    Rutgers
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    FRED A. BONNER, II is the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Chair in Education at Rutgers: The State University of New Jersey. In January 2015 he will assume ta new role as Endowed Chair in Educational Leadership in the Whitlowe R. Green College of Education at Prairie View A&M University. Bonner formerly served as Associate Dean of Faculties and Professor oh Higher Education Administration at Texas A&M University—College Station. He was an ACE Fellow (2005-2006) in the Office of the President at Old Dominion University. His publications include articles and book chapters on academically gifted African American male college students, teaching in the multicultural college classroom, and diversity issues in student affairs. Fred has recently completed an edited volume with Stylus Publishing titled, Building on Resilience: Models and Frameworks of Black Male Success Across the P-20 Pipeline.
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