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Engendering #BlackGirlJoy - How to Cultivate Empowered Identities and Educational Persistence in Struggling Schools (Hardcover, New edition) Loot Price: R1,849
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Engendering #BlackGirlJoy - How to Cultivate Empowered Identities and Educational Persistence in Struggling Schools (Hardcover,...

Engendering #BlackGirlJoy - How to Cultivate Empowered Identities and Educational Persistence in Struggling Schools (Hardcover, New edition)

Monique Lane

Series: Urban Girls, 1

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We are living in historic times and negotiating multiple national crises. The confluence of the COVID-19 pandemic and unrelenting state-sanctioned murders of Black people has disproportionately impacted our women and girls at the intersections of employment, citizenship, housing, healthcare, and motherhood statuses. As many individuals rally for liberation on the frontlines, how might educational institutions intervene as sources of respite and reparation? Historically, racialized sexism in U.S. schools has manifested uniquely for Black girl-identified adolescents (including cisgender, queer, and transgender youth). These learners face heightened exposure to malicious discourses and exclusionary disciplinary policies. Engendering #BlackGirlJoy identifies the teaching practices that equip young Black women to locate, analyze, heal from, and ultimately thrive through the suffering they face inside and outside of schools. The book is rooted in the author's experience as a South Los Angeles high school teacher working at her alma mater, trying to cultivate the life-affirming education that she desired as a child. Centering her students' perspectives, Monique Lane outlines a Black feminist pedagogical framework that inspired bountiful #BlackGirlJoy in one embattled public school. This text is a heartfelt offering to educators committed to taking courageous and innovative action-in solidarity with Black girl learners-toward the betterment of their lives!

General

Imprint: Peter Lang Publishing
Country of origin: United States
Series: Urban Girls, 1
Release date: August 2021
First published: 2021
Authors: Monique Lane
Dimensions: 225 x 150mm (L x W)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Edition: New edition
ISBN-13: 978-1-4331-5879-7
Categories: Books > Social sciences > Education > Higher & further education > Students / student organizations
LSN: 1-4331-5879-5
Barcode: 9781433158797

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