Urban Education and the Next Generation of Black Teachers
This journey would not be possible without the support of Dr. Emery Petchauer and Dr. Kira Baker-Doyle. To Emery, I am eternally grateful to have you as a wonderful friend who pushes me to accomplish my best. Your support, loyalty, and honest critique have continued to humble me, and I am grateful to God to have you as a part of my life. To Kira, your wisdom and book coaching have been invaluable. You literally held my hand at the beginning of this process, and I appreciate your lovely support of my work and me.
Many thanks go to my homeboy, Dr. Decoteau Irby, and my homegirl, Dr. Laura Porterfield. You have both provided guidance, academically and spiritually, during this process, which was really needed at times. I am blessed to have two great friends like you both. Also, much love to my other writing group members, Dr. Sonia Rosen and Dr. Catriona MacLeod, for showing me the strength and beauty of mother-academics. A big shout-out goes to Dr. Tabitha Dell’Angelo, as I am honored each day to work, learn, and grow from you. I am privileged to have an amazing work partner and friend in a woman of great strength and a beautiful spirit like you. I also give a world of thanks to Dr. Carol Rinke, my writing partner and friend. It has been a great journey collaborating with you over the years, and I look forward to many more years working together. A huge Bahraini...
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