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written by Eileen O'Brien
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Many educators who desire to transform the hierarchies of race, class, gender, and other forms of oppression in their classrooms often focus on altering the content of their curriculum rather than the process by which that curriculum is developed in the classroom space. Yet developing an inclusive learning experience involves not only decentering whiteness (maleness, etc.) in course material but also making space for nondominant modes of interaction and behavior as ways of processing that material. This article explores how incorporating the emotional response of anger in class discussions of racial oppression disrupts the normative hierarchies of white dominance in classroom space. This disruption is not without its challenges, but it ultimately creates great antiracist possibilities seldom tapped by unemotional approaches to oppression.
Counterpoints: Volume 273, Issue 20, Pages 68-86
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© 2004 Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
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CRE, Culturally Relevant Education, Culturally Responsive Education, education reform, inclusivity, justice education
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E. O'Brien, Counterpoints 273 (20), 68 (2004), WWW Document, (https://www.jstor.org/stable/42978603).
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E. O'Brien, "I Could Hear You If You Would Just Calm Down": Challenging Eurocentrlc Classroom Norms through Passionate Discussions of Racial Oppression, Counterpoints 273 (20), 68 (2004), <https://www.jstor.org/stable/42978603>.
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O'Brien, E. (2004, January 1). "I Could Hear You If You Would Just Calm Down": Challenging Eurocentrlc Classroom Norms through Passionate Discussions of Racial Oppression. Counterpoints, 273(20), 68-86. Retrieved July 4, 2022, from https://www.jstor.org/stable/42978603
Chicago Format
O'Brien, Eileen. ""I Could Hear You If You Would Just Calm Down": Challenging Eurocentrlc Classroom Norms through Passionate Discussions of Racial Oppression." Counterpoints. 273, no. 20, (January 1, 2004): 68-86, https://www.jstor.org/stable/42978603 (accessed 4 July 2022).
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O'Brien, Eileen. ""I Could Hear You If You Would Just Calm Down": Challenging Eurocentrlc Classroom Norms through Passionate Discussions of Racial Oppression." Counterpoints 273.20 (2004): 68-86. 4 July 2022 <https://www.jstor.org/stable/42978603>.
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