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Confronting Racism in Higher Education: Problems and Possibilities for Fighting Ignorance, Bigotry, and Isolation


reviewed by Melissa A. Martinez & Jocabed G. Márquez — July 22, 2016

coverTitle: Confronting Racism in Higher Education: Problems and Possibilities for Fighting Ignorance, Bigotry, and Isolation
Author(s): Jeffrey S. Brooks & Noelle Witherspoon Arnold (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623961564, Pages: 272, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 22, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21517, Date Accessed: 8/17/2017 9:14:19 PM

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  • Melissa Martinez
    Texas State University
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    MELISSA A. MARTINEZ is an assistant professor in the Education and Community Leadership Program at Texas State University. Her research focuses on equity and access issues along the P-16 education pipeline, particularly in relation to: 1) improving college readiness, college access, and fostering a college going culture for underserved communities, 2) the preparation of equity-oriented school leaders, and 3) the experiences of faculty of color. Dr. Martinez is working on various projects at the moment including a three-year grant funded project focused on college readiness efforts and the college culture at three high schools in Texas that predominantly serve students of color and students from lower income backgrounds.
  • Jocabed Márquez
    Texas State University
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    JOCABED G. MÁRQUEZ is a second year doctoral student in School Improvement at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. She received an M.S. in Chemistry and her research interests include border culture, youth and community development, and Mexican American women in STEM fields.
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