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Becoming and Unbecoming White Owning and Disowning a Racial Identity

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ISBN-10: 0897896211

ISBN-13: 9780897896214

Edition: 1999

Authors: Christine Clark, James O'Donnell

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The authors of the narrative chapters represented in this volume have in common that they are dedicated to the realization of a critical, multicultural, democratic society. Individually, they are female and male, from diverse ethnicities, socio-economic class backgrounds, first language groups, religious and spiritual affiliations, and sexual orientations. They are professors of education, psychology, sociology, and communication as well as community activists. The stories that they share reveal the history of racism in this country over a fifty year period beginning in the late 1930s and continuing into the early 1980s. The stories are most diverse, and share what it was like growing up…    
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Book details

List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 2/28/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Series Foreword
Acknowledgments
Rearticulating a Racial Identity: Creating Oppositional Spaces to Fight for Equality and Social Justice
Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy: Critical Citizenship in Gringolandia
Lighting Candles in the Dark: One Black Woman's Response to White Antiracist Narratives
Subverting Racism from Within: Linking White Identity to Activism
Transforming Received Categories: Discovering Cross-Border Identities and Other Subversive Activities
The Secret: White Lies Are Never Little
Becoming White: How I Got Over
Seeing Things As They Are
The Recollections of a Recovering Racist
What Could a White Girl from South Boston Possibly Know about Racism? Reflections of a Social Justice Educator
If You're Not Standing in This Line, You're Standing in the Wrong Line
Building Blocks: My Journey Toward White Racial Awareness
"Justice, Justice Shalt Thou Do!"
White Man Dancing: A Story of Personal Transformation
Rewriting the Discourse of Racial Identity: Toward a Pedagogy and Politics of Whiteness
Bibliography
Index
About the Editors and Contributors