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From the Middle Passage to Black Lives Matter: Ancestral Writing as a Pedagogy of Hope


reviewed by Nicole Ross & Esther Ohito - July 06, 2020

coverTitle: From the Middle Passage to Black Lives Matter: Ancestral Writing as a Pedagogy of Hope
Author(s): Marva McClean
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 143315546X, Pages: 160, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 06, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23365, Date Accessed: 4/17/2021 5:08:01 AM

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  • Nicole Ross
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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    NICOLE ROSS is a Ph.D. student in Culture, Curriculum, and Teacher Education at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ross is a former studio art and education major, K-8 art teacher, outdoor educator, and outdoor adventure guide. Her current research lies in critical eco-centric education and studies in posthumanism.
  • Esther Ohito
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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    ESTHER OHITO, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. An interdisciplinary scholar, she researches issues of Blackness, race, and gender at the nexus of curriculum, pedagogy, embodiment, and emotion.
 
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