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Books

LIST OF PRINT BOOKS
British Columbia Ministry of Education. (1994). Multicultural and Anti-racism Education Initiatives in Schools and School Districts. Victoria: Ministry of Education.

Content of book:
• Examples of school projects that a teacher may incorporate into a lesson/unit on bullying
• Project topics range from improvement of home-school communication, to charity fund-raising, to world music


British Columbia. Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism, Immigration & Human Rights. (1999). Schools Responding to Racism: Guide for Administrators. Vancouver: BC Ministry for Responsible for Multiculturalism & Immigration.

Content of book:
• Help school administrators promote healthy school culture
• Case study example to demonstrate intervention strategies
• Includes strategies and activities for helping students and others respond to racism


British Columbia. Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism, Immigration & Human Rights. (1999). Schools Responding to Racism: Guide for Secondary School Teachers. Vancouver: BC Ministry for Responsible for Multiculturalism & Immigration.

Content of book:
• Help teachers for teaching and learning about multiculturalism
• Encourages teachers to take a community approach
• Example incidences of how a teacher may appropriately respond to a racist incident


British Columbia. Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism, Immigration & Human Rights. (1999). Schools Responding to Racism: Guide for Students. Vancouver: BC Ministry for Responsible for Multiculturalism & Immigration.

Content for book:
• Written guide for teachers to assist students in teaching and learning about multiculturalism
• Intended use – to help students take racism seriously and address its challenges


Chalmer, T. & Carter, R. (Eds.). (1997). Racial Identity Theory: Applications to Individual, Group and Organizational Interventions. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Content of book:
• Racial identity theory and psychotherapy
• Racial identity theory and institutional interventions
• Intergroup relations


Connolly, P. (1998). Racism, Gender Identities, and Young Children: Social Relations in a Multi-Ethnic Inner-City Primary School. New York: Routledge.

Content of the book:
• Incorporating racism, culture and identity towards a theory of practice
• Teacher discourses in primary schools
• Studies regarding African-American boys, and South Asian girls and boys


Connolly, P., & Troyna, B. (1998). Researching Racism in Education: Politics, Theory, and Practice. Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Content of the book:
• Credibility in researching antiracist education


Constantine, M., & Sue, D. (Eds.). (2006). Addressing Racism: Facilitating Cultural Competence in Mental Health and Educational Settings. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

Content of the book:
• Racism and racial harassment in schools
• Dynamics between racism and immigration
• Poverty, classism, and racism in mental health


Diversity, S. (2005). Racism & Bullying Handbook. Terrace: Skeena Diversity.

Content of the book:
• Racism in the workplace, community and school; examples
• Racial harassment
• Preventive measures for racism
• Supporting victims


Ibrahim, A. (1996). Racism in Canadian Schools. Toronto: Harcourt Brace.

Content of the book:
• Discrimination in Canadian education
• Minorities in Canadian education system


Kohl, H. (2007). Should We Burn Babar?: Essays on Children’s Literature and the Power of Stories. New York: New Press.

Content in book;
• Hidden meanings in children’s literature; should it be banned?


Mica, P. (2008). Everyday Antiracism: Getting Real About Race in School. New York: New Press.

Content of the book:
• Collaboration of journals relating to instilling equality within our students
• Discussing colour ‘constructs’ and internalized issues regarding racism


Singleton, G., & Linton, C. (2006). Courageous Conversation about Race: A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.

Content of the book:
• How to introduce the discussion
• Conditions to follow when discussing race with one’s students
• Conversations aimed to achieve equity in schools


Taylor, E., Gillborn, D., & Ladson-Billings, G. (Eds.). (2009). Foundations of Critical Race Theory in Education. New York: Routledge.

Content of the book:
• Critical race theory, definition and placement in education system
• Stereotypes
• Academic success and racial identity


LIST OF ELECTRONIC BOOKS
Smith, C. (2010). Anti-Racism in Education Missing in Action. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Content of the book:
• Collaboration of journals discussing anti-racism education (as a theme/subject)
• Journals discussing community approaches regarding school staff
• Journals discussing at risk students
• Journals discussing how to incorporate racism into classroom education/environment


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