The Race and Pedagogy Journal provides a forum to cultivate a critical discussion around the issues of teaching and race to mitigate the effects of discrimination and structural racism, and thereby, improve education for all students. R&PJ is managed and edited by the University of Puget Sound under the auspices of the Race and Pedagogy Initiative. The journal was established in 2015 and publishes two issues a year. The editorial board seeks content that is diverse in voice and content, including scholarly articles, creative writing, personal narratives, and artwork by faculty, student scholars, practitioners, and the general public.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Number 3 (2016)
“Mommy, is being brown bad?” : Critical Race Parenting in a Post-Race Era
Cheryl E. Matias Ph.D.
Reticent on Race: Promoting Constructive Discussions about Race in a College Classroom
Richard M. Smith and Lauren Dundes