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Latino children learning English: Steps in the journey. I thank Professor James Banks, who invited submission of this book to his thought-leading series on Multicultural Education. His concepts of microcultures and multiple group memberships are two of his many ideas that have influenced my thinking. I thank Professor James Gee for his informative work on activity-based identities and on learning with new media. I also thank Executive Acquisitions Editor Brian Ellerbeck for shepherding this book from proposal to publication.
Additionally, I thank the interviewees who graciously shared their stories. They were my teachers, and I hope this book does justice to what I learned. Because of them, my intellectual quest also became a spiritual one. Isabelle Bourdon, Dr.
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Lanette Jimerson, and Dr. Also, I thank my co-instructors—Jeremiah Sims, Sepehr Vakil, Cherise McBride, Robyn Ilten-Gee, and Grace Kim—and the graduate students in my fall and fall urban education classes who shared insights into the issues addressed in this book. Particularly, I thank Shivani Savdharia, Yael Friedman, and Eva Marie Oliver for pedagogical projects connected to these two urban education classes that I discuss in the final chapter, as well as Kylie Garcia for use of her identity profile from the class and Amelia Vargas for sharing a key U. Importantly, I thank the William and Mary Jane Brinton Family for support from their Chair endowment, which significantly enabled my research, writing, and work with the interviewees.
Ethnography offers all of us the chance to step outside our narrow cultural backgrounds, to set aside our socially inherited ethnocentrism, if only for a brief period, and to apprehend the world from the viewpoint of other human beings. He was 3 years old when this chapter was written.
His family soon started calling him Santi, short for his middle name, Santiago. But his identity is more complex than that. He majored in French and minored in math at Morehouse College. At 5 she immigrated to the United States with her mother, who identifies as white and who was also born in Colombia.
Like his first cousin Santi, he was born in the United States.
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Her mother is Polish and Italian and her father is German. When with his mother in the United States, he is seen as white; when with his father, he is seen as biracial. Like every individual in the United States and the world , they are physically, linguistically, geographically, historically, and personal-culturally situated in families; in communities and communities of practice; in social, affinity, and religious groups; and in educational and other institutions within society.
Their identities are constituted by rich arrays and confluences of forces and factors stemming from how each is distinctively and fluidly situated. A core motive and focus for this book is writing the wrongs of hierarchy and hypocrisy perpetuated by how these children are socially constructed in U. After completing 2 years of research, the writing of this book occurred during the presidential campaign and election. Since the November 8 results, significant increases in hate crimes and harassment against Muslims, Latinos, Jews, African Americans, LGBTQ Americans, and other minority and vulnerable groups have been continually documented and reported.
Clearly, his rhetoric and selection of people into leadership positions in his administration have emboldened white identity politics and increased discord and division in our society. One of the many painful examples is the incident at JFK Airport in New York shortly after his inauguration, in which Robin Rhodes, a year-old man from Worchester, Massachusetts, physically and verbally assaulted a female Delta Airlines employee who was wearing a hijab.
He kicked her and ranted profanities about Islam and also said, Trump is here now. He will get rid of all of you Bever, Deconstructing race is particularly imperative in the corrosive post-election climate facilitated by his election, and the roles of multicultural education are all the more pivotal.
Race is a socially constructed idea that humans can be divided into distinct groups based on inborn traits that differentiate them from members of other groups. This conception is core to practices of racism. There is no scientific justification for race. All humans are mixed! And, scientists have demonstrated that there is no physical existence of races.
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Yet, race is a social fact with a violent history and hierarchy that has resulted in differential and disturbing experiences of racism predicated on beliefs that races do exist. This literature and scholarship provided compelling examples of writing the wrongs of race by explicating myriad false premises and contradictions in racial ideologies and narratives past and present. Initially, this book was conceived exclusively as a discussion of scholarship on these issues. This action might not be possible to undo.
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