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Not Light, But Fire: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations In the Classroom


reviewed by Dawn Demps - September 05, 2019

coverTitle: Not Light, But Fire: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations In the Classroom
Author(s): Matthew R. Kay
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers, Portland
ISBN: 1625310986, Pages: 278, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 05, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23085, Date Accessed: 11/15/2019 12:13:26 AM

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  • Dawn Demps
    Arizona State University
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    DAWN DEMPS is a mother, artist, community organizer, and PhD candidate in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Her research looks at the history of Black student exclusion and the resulting community and parental responses to these policies and practices. Her most recent publication, "Youth Participatory Action Research Findings as Mirror Material: Implications for Advancing Educational Equity Through Formative Interventions," is published in Mind, Culture, and Activity. She is a Jackson Scholar for the University Council of Education Administrators and serves on the African-American Advisory Council for the Arizona Department of Education. She continues engaging in community equity efforts while raising her three beautifully inspiring children.
 
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