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2017 Roundtable Discussion Series - Reading, Viewing, Thinking and Acting

The Center for Education and Equity of African American Students is hosting a year-long roundtable discussion series which will focus on current issues facing African American students.

A series of articles and/or videos will be sent out to interested participants in advance to encurage discussion during the roundtable. Also, the Center will host a summer book study (June-August) which will follow the same discussion format as the roundtables.

All events will be held from 4:30-6:30p.m. in Room 219 of the Child Development Research Center, 1530 Wheat Street, Columbia, SC. For additional information or copies of articles and video links contact, Dr. Gloria Boutte via email at gsboutte@mailbox.sc.edu or phone at 803.603.8234.

Roundtable Date

Material to be discussed

January 19 Article: Ladson-Billings, G. (2011). Boyz to men? Teaching to restore Black boys’ childhood. Race Ethnicity and Education, 14(1), 7-15.
Video: Dean Leslie Fenwick of Howard University delivering the W.E.B. DuBois Distinguished Lecture for the Research Focus on Black Education SIG at AERA, 2013. (47 minutes)
February 16 Article: Sokolower, J. (2016). Space for young Black women:  An interview with Candice Valenzuela. Rethinking Schools. 28-33.
Video: Marley Dias - #1000 BlackGirlBooks for libraries and schools. (4 minutes)
March 16 Article: Boutte, G. S., & Johnson, G. L., Jr. (2013). Funga Alafia. Toward welcoming, understanding and respecting African American Speakers’ Bilingualism and Biliteracy. Equity and Excellence in Education. Special Issue on Social Justice Approaches to African American Language and Literacies, 46(3), 300-314.
Video: Jamila Lyiscott: 3 ways to speak English (5 minutes)
April 20 Article: Ladson-Billings, G. (2016). “# Literate Lives Matter” Black Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening in the 21st Century. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 65(1), 141-151.
Video: Dr. Bettina Love on Cultural Memory in Youth Creativity and Hip Hop (6 minutes)
May 18 Morrell, E., & Duncan-Andrade, J. M. (2002). Promoting academic literacy with urban youth through engaging hip-hop culture. English journal, 88-92.
Video: Gloria Ladson-Billings: “Hip Hop, Hip Hope: (R) Evolution of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy” (1 hour, 34 minutes)
June 22 Book Study: Coates, T. N. (2015). Between the World and Me. New York, NY: Spiegel & Grau.
Video: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Being Black in America (6 minutes)
July 20 Book Study: Emdin, C. (2016). For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood... and the Rest of Y'all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.
August 17 Book Study: Alim, H. S., & Smitherman, G. (2012).  Articulate While Black. (Barack Obama, Language, and Race in the U.S.). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
September 21  Article: Milner IV, H. R. (2011). Culturally relevant pedagogy in a diverse urban classroom. The Urban Review, 43(1), 66-89.
October 19  Article: Ladson-Billings, G. (2016). “# Literate Lives Matter” Black Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening in the 21st Century. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 65(1), 141-151
November 16 Article: Johnson, L. L. (2016). Using critical race theory to explore race-based conversations through a critical family book club. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 65, 300-315.          
December 14 Multi-Article Discussion:
Restorative classroom discipline [pdf]
Examples of Restorative Justice, courtesy of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center
8 Tips for Schools Interested in Restorative Justice
Video: Repairing our schools through restorative justice: Jean Klasovsky at TEDxWellsStreetED (13 minutes)

 

Doctoral Symposium Series  

The center will host three symposiums related to research methods and pedagogies for Black Education. Dates to be announced soon. Check back for more details throughout 2017.

 

Online Equity Series

The online equity series is a series of short video commentaries about specific issues featuring CEEAAS staff or guests. They will be archived online.

January - Equity in Curriculum Representation and Perspectives
February  - Equity in Special Education
March - Equity in Mathematics
April - Equity in Science
May - Equity in English Language Arts
June - Equity in Social Studies
July - Equity in the Arts
August - Equity in Research Methodology
September -  Equity Pedagogies                   
October - Equity in Gifted, Advanced Placement, and Honors Practices, Pedagogy, and Policies
November - Linguistic Equity          
December - Restorative and Equitable Classroom Management Practices