Title

Connecting Theory to Practice: Antiracism and Black Identity Development in Education

Conference Strand

Identity Formation

Abstract

Racism is deeply embedded in the socialization of American society. This facilitates discrimination and racist policies throughout most systems and institutions in the nation; including education. This presentation will include an overview of a Black identity development model and discuss its efcacy in antiracism work. It will also include a forum for discussion on best practices for supporting identity development in Black students.

Description

See Abstract

Evidence

Not available- external review.

Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Elise J. Cain is an Assistant Professor at Georgia Southern University.

Location

Virtual Conference

Start Date

2-12-2021 11:15 AM

End Date

2-12-2021 12:15 PM

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Connecting Theory to Practice: Antiracism and Black Identity Development in Education

Virtual Conference

Racism is deeply embedded in the socialization of American society. This facilitates discrimination and racist policies throughout most systems and institutions in the nation; including education. This presentation will include an overview of a Black identity development model and discuss its efcacy in antiracism work. It will also include a forum for discussion on best practices for supporting identity development in Black students.