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Constructing Critical Consciousness

Narratives that Unmask Hegemony and Ideas for Creating Greater Equity in Education

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Edited By Virginia Lea

Critical Multicultural Perspectives on Whiteness Reader aims to help us rethink "race," racism, and whiteness as narratives with deep roots in the past that contribute to the current social order, and function to reproduce the social hierarchy in which we live. The reader includes several brilliant iconic essays that address the social construction of whiteness and critical resistance, as well as excellent new critical perspectives. It is a compilation that offers new and intermediate readers in critical whiteness theory a valuable and diverse overview of the subject. It also serves as a refresher to those who have themselves contributed to this field.

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Constructing Critical Consciousness

NARRATIVES THAT UNMASK HEGEMONY AND IDEAS FOR CREATING GREATER EQUITY IN EDUCATION

Edited by

Virginia Lea

With narratives by PIRI ACKERMAN-BARGER, ROBERTA AHLQUIST, PATRICK ALLEN, STEPHANIE AMORMINO, ANN BERLAK, HAROLD BERLAK, JESSICA BURGE, SYDNEY CASEY, THANG CHANG, LAWRENCE CHARLIER, JOHN CORRIGAN, ANTONIO DEL PRETE, MARIA SYLVIA EDOUARD-GUNDOWRY, MATTHEW ERICKSON, LUCAS GREELIS-VANLANINGHAM, VIRGINIA HARRIS, BRIANNA IHRKE, JEAN ISHIBASHI, KOKO JONES, LEAH KELLY, BABATUNDE LEA, MAYANA LEA, SEAN RUETER, SALLY SAVAS, JANANI SRIKANTAHRAJAH, JEAN SIMS, ASHLEY TIMMERS, MOLLY WARE, LAURA WATANABE, DOMINIC WRIGHT, AND DANG YANG

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