Required Readings

Brookfield, S. (2014). Teaching our own racism: Incorporating personal narratives of whiteness into anti-racist practice. Adult Learning, 25(3), 89–95.

St. Denis, V., & Schick, C. (2003). What makes anti-racist pedagogy in teacher education difficult? Three popular ideological assumptions. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 49(1), 55-69.

Recommended Readings

Andersen, M. L., & Hill Collins, P. (2007). Why race, class, and gender still matter. In Race, class, and gender: An anthology (6th ed.) (pp. 1–16). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

Baker, J. (2012). Just kids? Peer racism in a predominantly white city. Refuge, 29(1), 75–85.

Nakhaie, R. (2013). Ideological orientation of professors and equity policies for racialized minorities. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 45(1/2), 43–67.

Ryan, J., Pollock, K., & Antonelli, F. (2009). Teacher diversity in Canada: Leaky pipelines, bottlenecks, and glass ceilings. Canadian Journal of Education, 32(3), 43–67.