Educators, white supremacy, whiteness, antiracism
This article aims to disrupt the manifestations of whiteness in educational spaces. With an understanding that white supremacy is endemic in our society, this article is framed by the manifestations of whiteness in the form of white privilege, emotionality, and shame present within our schools and argues for the adoption of authentic and critical caring, love, and hope in our educational institutions. Most importantly, this article addresses the importance of rejecting the manifestations of whiteness in favor of equity, justice, and antiracism amid resistance in schools and concludes with practical recommendations to better prepare educators for their adoption of equity and racial justice in schools.
"Transforming Educators: A Framework for Developing Accomplices for Racial Justice in PreK-12 Schools,"
Mid-Western Educational Researcher: Vol. 34:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/mwer/vol34/iss2/4