Anti-racism, bad faith, antiblackness, controlling images, K-12 schooling, self-evasion, jazz
As a special journal issue, the guest editors continued their study on (anti)blackness within K-12 schooling and teacher preparation programs. Through the introduction’s white space, the guest editors attempt to theorize and center (anti)Blackness. Moreover, they existentially critique the “ordinary” assumptions about who can be a human and explain why Black existence continues on despite their collective suffering. The introductory article is organized as follows: (1) a thorough explanation of bad faith and antiblackness, (2) an illustration of antiblackness’ manifestations in K-12 schooling, and (3) the importance of using jazz as an analytic frame to curate the contributors’ scholarship.
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Gilmore, Amir A.; Brackett, LaToya; and Sharpe-Haygood, Davida
"Being Against The Black: Bad Faith and Anti-Black Racism (Guest Editors' Introduction),"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 16
, Article 1.
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