Anti-racism, antiblackness, critical race theory, autoethnography, ELA, teacher education
As Black educators, we are implanted with testimonies of how our pedagogies remained in close proximity to whiteness. We employ antiblackness and critical race theory frameworks. Through what we call vignettes of repair we address ourselves and our students to first, repair the harm we caused and second, to engage in collective witnessing that makes room for (re)claiming and (re)membering our own knowledge. From our critical reflection, we propose that teacher educators engage in a similar practice for their prospective teachers.
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Jones, Stephanie P. and Robinson, Robert P.
"Reflections on the Politics of Professionalism: Critical Autoethnographies of Anti-Blackness in the ELA Classroom,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 16
, Article 13.