This article looks at the counter-pedagogical processes that may disrupt how children learn about race by positing a pedagogical process called Critical Race Parenting. By drawing upon counterstories of parenting I posit how Critical Race Parenting (CRP) becomes an educational praxis that can engage both parent and child in a mutual process of teaching and learning about race, especially ones that debunk dominant messages about race. And, in doing so, both parents and children have a deeper commitment to racial realism that does not allow for colorblind rhetoric to reign supreme.
Matias, Cheryl E. Ph.D.
"“Mommy, is being brown bad?” : Critical Race Parenting in a Post-Race Era,"
Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice:
3, Article 1.
Available at: http://soundideas.pugetsound.edu/rpj/vol1/iss3/1
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