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Courageous Conversations About Race: A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools and Beyond

This book is about Glenn E. Singleton
In "Courageous Conversations About Race: A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools and Beyond," author Glenn Singleton tackles the complex issue of racial inequities in educational institutions and beyond. Published on August 31, 2021, this essential guide delves into the structural disparities that have been magnified by both the pandemic and a heightened public awareness of racial injustice. Singleton offers a transformative approach by elucidating the four agreements―stay engaged, speak your truth, experience discomfort, and accept non-closure―as fundamental principles to foster meaningful interracial dialogues. The book further provides a framework with the Six Conditions of Courageous Conversation, empowering readers, especially college students and educators, to explore the role of race in their lives and institutions. By applying the Courageous Conversation Compass, readers are equipped to lead and expand their capacity in addressing and dismantling systemic racism, thereby driving significant change in student achievement and institutional practices. This guide is not just a call to leadership but a necessary tool for anyone committed to the cause of racial justice and educational equity.
Published by Corwin on August 31, 2021
312 pages
ISBN: 9781071847121
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