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Talking about Race

Andrew Classroom in De La Salle University

Talking about Race, Learning about Racism: The Application of Racial Identity Development Theory in the Classroom

“…Because of the prejudice and racism inherent in our environments when we were children, I assume that we cannot be blamed for learning what we were taught (intentionally or unintentionally). Yet as adults, we have a responsibility to try to identify and interrupt the cycle of oppression. When we recognize that we have been misinformed, we have a responsibility to seek out more accurate information and to adjust our behavior accordingly. “

From Learning about Racism by BEVERLY DANIEL TATUM, page 4 View full PDF below:

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