By Lee Anne Bell
Through obtainable language and candid discussions, Storytelling for Social Justice explores the tales we inform ourselves and every different approximately race and racism in our society. Making experience of the racial buildings expressed in the course of the language and photographs we come across on a daily basis, this ebook offers techniques for constructing a extra severe realizing of the way racism operates culturally and institutionally in our society. utilizing the humanities more often than not, and storytelling specifically, the ebook examines how you can train and know about race through growing counter-storytelling groups that may advertise extra severe and considerate discussion approximately racism and the treatments essential to dismantle it in our associations and interactions. Illustrated all through with examples drawn from highschool study rooms, instructor education schemes, and K-12 specialist improvement courses, the e-book offers instruments for analyzing racism in addition to different problems with social justice. for each instructor who has struggled with how you can get the "race dialogue" going or who has suffered via silences and antagonism, the leading edge version provided during this ebook bargains a realistic and significant framework for wondering and performing on tales approximately racism and other kinds of injustice.
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