Race dialogues : a facilitator's guide to tackling the elephant in the classroom / Donna Rich Kaplowitz, Shayla Reese Griffin, Sheri Seyka.Publisher: New York : Teachers College Press, 2019Description: 240 p. 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0807761303; 9780807761304; 0807761753; 9780807761755Subject(s): Multicultural education -- United States | Race awareness -- Study and teaching -- United States | Racism in education -- United States | Communication in education -- United StatesLOC classification: LC1099.3 | .K36 2019
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Why is there a need for race dialogues? a brief primer on race and -- Education in the United States -- What is intercultural dialogue? -- Setting up an inclusive dialogue space -- Anatomy of facilitation -- The power of sharing stories -- Asking good questions and responding to participant comments -- Co-facilitation -- Encountering conflict and preparing for pushback -- Responding to conflict and resistance -- Managing resistance among different stakeholders-our story -- Race dialogues curriculum -- Lesson one: why are we even talking about race? -- Lesson two: how do we engage in dialogue? -- Lesson three: creating group norms -- Lesson four: history of racism and resistance -- Lesson five: understanding social identities and intersectionality -- Lesson six: individual racism and microaggressions -- Lesson seven-implicit bias and cycle of socialization -- Lesson eight-exploring group privilege and oppression -- Lesson nine-institutionalized racism -- Lesson ten-caucus groups and fishbowls -- Lesson eleven-hot topics -- Lesson twelve-allyhood-interrupting individual racism -- Lesson thirteen: allyhood-how to be an aspiring ally and spheres of influence -- Afterword.
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