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Can we talk about race? : and other conversations in an era of school resegregation

Explores why it is important for white educators to affirm the identities of African American students, and discusses how the prevalence of racial stereotypes acts as a major psychological challenge uniquely facing African Americans.

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  • "Explores why it is important for white educators to affirm the identities of African American students, and discusses how the prevalence of racial stereotypes acts as a major psychological challenge uniquely facing African Americans."
  • "Explores why it is important for white educators to affirm the identities of African American students, and discusses how the prevalence of racial stereotypes acts as a major psychological challenge uniquely facing African Americans."@en

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  • "Can we talk about race? : and other conversations in an era of school resegregation"@en
  • "Can we talk about race? : and other conversations in an era of school resegregation"
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