Nbr. 106, September 2016
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- Introduction: teaching black lives matter.
- In memoriam: Jim Miller.
- #BlackLivesMatter and feminist pedagogy: teaching a movement unfolding.
- Liberation through education: teaching #BlackLivesMatter in Africana studies.
- Making it matter: reframing the U.S. survey.
- The challenges of teaching about the black lives matter movement: a dialogue.
- Teaching Celia in the age of black lives matter.
- Interview on the #CharlestonsyNabus.
- Teaching in grief: critical reflections, redefining justice, and a reorientation to teaching.
- Hashtag activism and Why #BlackLivesMatter in (and to) the classroom.
- #SayHerName loudly: how black girls are leading #BlackLivesMatter.
- The architecture of American slavery: teaching the black lives matter movement to architects.
- Refusing to be complicit in our prison nation: teachers rethinking mandated reporting.
- Examining race & racism in the university: a class project.
- If the Tiger Sleeps.
- All I Desire.
- Will College Pay Off?: A Guide to the Most Important Financial Decision You'll Ever Make by Peter Cappelli.
- Vernacular Insurrections: Race, Black Protest, and the New Century in Composition-Literacies Studies by Carmen Kynard.
- Charter Schools, Race, and Urban Space: Where the Market Meets Grassroots Resistance by Kristen Buras.
- Teaching note: race, housing, and the federal government: black lives on the margins of the American dream.
- Teaching note: black lives matter in information literacy.
- News for educational workers.
- Contributors' notes.