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When White Supremacist Perspectives Become One of the 'Multiple' Perspectives: Teacher Educators of Color Engaging during Troubling Times in the U.S. South

Thu Nov 29 10:30 am to 11:45 am
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Columbus EF, Ballroom Level, East Tower

When White Supremacist Perspectives Become One of the 'Multiple' Perspectives: Teacher Educators of Color Engaging During Troubling Times in the U.S. South


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Multiethnic teacher educators use narrative inquiry to share our dilemmas of teaching social studies that are pervasively challenged by reignited white supremacist ideologies in U.S. South. The audience will be invited to discuss their own dilemmas to generate possibilities for teacher educators in such troubling pedagogical times.
Kristen Duncan, Texas State University; Jesus Tirado, University of Georgia; Natasha Murray Everett, West Virginia University; Delandrea Hall, The University of Texas at Austin; Melissa Rojas Williams, The University of Texas at Austin

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