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    [et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] In this highly anticipated work, Dwayne D. Williams argues that schools often rush to make surface-level changes that don’t address the racist beliefs and practices that result in inequity. In a compelling argument, Williams contends “It is possible to design highly engaging, culturally responsive programming for students of color, yet maintain racist and oppressive beliefs and attitudes about their cultures, abilities, languages, literacies, and identities.” Instead, educators must engage in surgical work of the mind by interrogating and rejecting racist, deficit-based thinking concerning students of color, which Williams describes as the “prep work” that precedes designing antiracist and culturally sustaining programming. In this book, Williams employs CASEL’s five SEL competencies as both a framework and a toolkit to interrogate beliefs and attitudes, and then to prepare for antiracist and culturally sustaining teaching.
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