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“There's Something About HER

Realities of Black Girlhood in a Settler State

Kandice A. Sumner

state. Furthermore, any Black body existing in a predominantly white school experiences an even more potent white settler statehood because being present in any educational setting is already to dwell in a white settler state. Microcosmically, the white

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Toward Black Girl Futures

Rememorying in Black Girlhood Studies

Ashley L. Smith-Purviance, Sara Jackson, Brianna Harper, Jennifer Merandisse, Brittney Smith, Kim Hussey, and Eliana Lopez

with my heart racing! I walked to the bus, took my seat, and immediately began crying silently. This experience on my first day of high school reflects the next four harmful years I endured at a predominantly white school. I quickly understood what it

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“I Cannot Fall Pregnant!”

Unequal Bodies in South African Higher Education

Kim Heyes, Benedicte Brahic, Aradhana Ramnund-Mansingh, Nicola Ingram, Shoba Arun, and Mariam Seedat-Khan

. My mum was very supportive; she encouraged me and was positive; she was really a beautiful soul. My dad bought me a little Golf that I could drive around. Anything I needed he would get for me. I didn't struggle for anything. (Danielle, white

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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

, policies that are touted to be ‘race neutral’ can actually hinder our efforts to promote racial justice. For example, the denial of FHA mortgage loans to non-whites on ‘financial grounds’, or decreased funding for lower-performing, predominantly non-white

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“Before the Storm”: Hurricane Katrina, the BP Oil Spill, and the Challenges to Racial Hierarchies in Rural Louisiana

Seumas Bates

: Basic Books . Ingold , Tim . 2011 . The Perception of the Environment: Essays on Livelihood, Dwelling and Skill . London : Routledge . Ispa-Landa , Simone , and Jordan Conwell . 2015 . “ Once You Go to a White School, You Kind of Adapt: Black

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German Colonial Rule in Present-day Namibia

The Struggle for Discursive Shifts in History Education

Patrick Mielke

-critical education in a context that has thus far received little attention, namely the privileged, white school. The focus thereby shifts from individuals directly targeted by discrimination to an understanding of Eurocentrism, nationalism, and racism as social

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Encouraging white allyship in anti-racism by decentring whiteness

Phoebe S. Lin, Lynne N. Kennette, and Lisa R. Van Havermaet

faculty should remind themselves that, due to segregation in the public school system, BIPOC and white students may not have had the same resources available to them in the past given that ‘whiteschools tend to receive more funding through property taxes

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Heritage or hate?

A pedagogical guide to the confederate flag in post-race America

Cameron D. Lippard

South once again. Starting with the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision in 1954, the Federal government forced Southern public schools to desegregate and include African American (and other non-white) students into resource-rich white

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The Whiteness of French Food

Law, Race, and Eating Culture in France

Mathilde Cohen

powerfully narrated in Axel Gauvin's 1987 novel Faim d'enfance . Set in 1958 Reunion, the protagonist, an adolescent of Tamil descent in an otherwise all-White school, asserts his identity by refusing to eat the beef served weekly at the cafeteria and, later