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Ghosts in the School Yard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago's South Side


reviewed by kihana miraya ross - May 24, 2019

coverTitle: Ghosts in the School Yard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago's South Side
Author(s): Eve L. Ewing
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago
ISBN: B07H9H8GND, Pages: 240, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 24, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22811, Date Accessed: 6/20/2019 5:40:51 PM

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  • kihana miraya ross
    Northwestern University
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    kihana miraya ross is an assistant professor of African American Studies at Northwestern University. Her program of research examines the multiplicity of ways that antiblackness is lived by Black students and the ways Black educators and students engage in the production of Black space and educational fugitivity to refuse and resist. Her most recent publication, co-authored with Professor Fikile Nxumalo is entitled, Envisioning Black space in environmental education for young children. Her current book project explores the ways Black girls and a Black woman educator create a fugitive space within a Black women’s studies elective class at a public high school in an urban district in Northern California.
 
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