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Border Crossing «Brothas»

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Border Crossing "Brothas" examines how Black males form identities, define success, and utilize community-based pedagogical spaces to cross literal and figurative borders.

Winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Book Award

Winner of the 2017 American Educational Studies Association Critics' Choice Award

Border Crossing «Brothas» examines how Black males form identities, define success, and utilize community-based pedagogical spaces to cross literal and figurative borders. The tragic deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Tamir Rice in Cleveland, and numerous others from Brooklyn, Britain, and Bermuda whose lives have been taken prematurely suggest that negotiating race, place, and complex space is a matter of life and death for Black males. In jurisdictions such as the U.S. and Bermuda, racial tensions are the palpable and obvious reality, yet the average citizen has no idea how to sensibly react. This book offers a reasonable response that pushes readers to account for and draw on the best of what we know, the core of who we are, and the needs and histories of those we serve.

Drawing on the educational and socializing experiences of Black males in Bermuda a beautiful yet complex island with strong connections to the U.S., England, and the Caribbean this book offers educators and leaders new language for postcolonial possibilities and emancipatory epistemologies related to Black male identities and success in a global context. Intriguing findings and fresh frameworks grounded in understandings of race, class, ability, transnationalism, culture, colonialism, and the construction/performance of gendered identity emerge in this book.



Autorentext

Ty-Ron M. O. Douglas, Ph.D., is an assistant professor and PK-12 Program Coordinator at the University of Missouri-Columbia in the Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Department. Dr. Douglas's work has appeared in outlets such as The Urban Review, Educational Studies, Teachers College Record, and Race, Ethnicity, and Education.



Klappentext

Winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Book Award Winner of the 2017 American Educational Studies Association Critics' Choice Award Border Crossing «Brothas» examines how Black males form identities, define success, and utilize community-based pedagogical spaces to cross literal and figurative borders. The tragic deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Tamir Rice in Cleveland, and numerous others from Brooklyn, Britain, and Bermuda whose lives have been taken prematurely suggest that negotiating race, place, and complex space is a matter of life and death for Black males. In jurisdictions such as the U.S. and Bermuda, racial tensions are the palpable and obvious reality, yet the average citizen has no idea how to sensibly react. This book offers a reasonable response that pushes readers to account for and draw on the best of what we know, the core of who we are, and the needs and histories of those we serve. Drawing on the educational and socializing experiences of Black males in Bermuda - a beautiful yet complex island with strong connections to the U.S., England, and the Caribbean - this book offers educators and leaders new language for postcolonial possibilities and emancipatory epistemologies related to Black male identities and success in a global context. Intriguing findings and fresh frameworks grounded in understandings of race, class, ability, transnationalism, culture, colonialism, and the construction/performance of gendered identity emerge in this book.



Inhalt

Acknowledgments Credits Foreword by Dr. Tyrone C. Howard Introduction: Context Matters Mesearch, Research, Wesearch Race, Place, and Space: Transmitting Black Masculinities We Ain't No Fools: Embracing the Breadth of Education Amalgamating Theories, Constructing a Conceptual Lens to Study Black Bermudian Identity Development Expect the (Un)Expected Black Bermudian Males and Community-Based Pedagogical Spaces Exposure to Life Options: Seeing Is Believing Layered Identities Moving Forward: Freesearch, Freeach, Freedership The Road Taken: A Tribute to a Brilliant Blue Collar Worker Participant Interview Protocol Methodology A Conceptual Model of FREEsearch, FREEach, and FREEdership 30 Keys/Cs to Cracking Community Codes and Classrooms Bibliography Index About the Author

Produktinformationen

Titel: Border Crossing «Brothas»
Untertitel: Black Males Navigating Race, Place, and Complex Space
Autor:
EAN: 9781433135385
ISBN: 1433135388
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Peter Lang
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 242
Gewicht: 346g
Größe: H225mm x B150mm x T13mm
Jahr: 2016
Untertitel: Englisch

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