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2022


Self-Representation is the Message, the Message is Power

Meredith Seung Mee Buse
Keywords: artists of color, Black artists, Black gaze, ekphrastic writing, empowerment, Frederick Douglass, personal narratives, poetry, portfolios, Portraiture, self-portraits, self-representation, visual vocabulary

Asian Americans in Education

Kimberly Sweeney
Keywords: Asian Americans, culturally responsive teaching, immigration, model minority

Asian Americans in Media: Representation & Identity

Tia Larese
Keywords: Digital Learning, diversity, elementary, ELL, English language learners, Immigrant, Intercultural Classroom, Misrepresentation, Representation, social justice

The Immigrant Experience through Literature and History

Sarah Vieldhouse
Keywords: ELA, English, immigration, Literature Circles, Middle School, Research

Cultivating our Cultural Identities

Rebecca Horner
Keywords: bilingualism, butterfly, caterpillar, Culture, EL, ESL, ESOL, ethnicity, family, Food, kindergarten, kinesthetic, parental involvement, parents, phonemic awareness, primary, social capital

Awake the Uniqueness in Me!

Dr. David L. Turner
Keywords: Barrack Obama, Black culture, Black gaze, black hair, Black history, Fredrick Douglass, James Baldwin and Tina Campt, Toni Morrison, white gaze

Sing, Unburied, Sing

Renae Curless
Keywords: American Literature, American South, Ekphrastic poetry, English Language Arts, Film analysis, Found poetry, High school English, Mississippi Delta, Moonlight, Natasha Tretheway, Parchman Prison, Sing, Unburied Sing

“Teaching Black visual culture through PBL”

Alla Dolderer
Keywords: African American culture, Art, Black culture, Black History month, ekphratic poems, moving pictures, photography, video clips, visual culture

2021


Tale of Two Cities: Cultural Capital of Hip Hop in Kenya and Philadelphia

Jeri Johnson, M.S. Ed., M.S. School Psychology
Keywords: black placemaking, Charles Dickens, Chris Emdin, COVID-19, critical hip-hop pedagogy (CHHP), Elizabeth Acevedo, hip-hop music, Kenya Vision 2030, mind-mapping, musical patterns, Philadelphia Vision 2035

Exploring Our City Through Images, Poetry, and Music

Katherine Volin
Keywords: class, gender, Music, poetry, race

A Voice of My Own: Defining Epistemic Injustice in The House on Mango Street

Keeler Park
Keywords: book study, collaborative reading, Creative Writing, Culture, ethnicity, gender, igno-rance, immigrant experience, injustice, knowledge, lan-guage arts, literacy, philosophy, social class, social justice, society, The House on Mango Street, women empowerment, writing project

All Voices Heard–Supporting the Multicultural Classroom

Carrie Ochs Toledo
Keywords: 5th grade, democratic classroom, diversity, ELA, Els, epistemic injustice, multicultural, storytelling

2020


African American Hair, Freedom, and Civil Rights: Using Film, Media, and African American Hair Styles to Analyze Civil Rights

Aisha Al-Muid
Keywords: African American, cinema, civil rights, film, freedom, Hair, Media

Dark Matters

Valerie Adams
Keywords: black hole, CER framework, dark fantastic, ebony elizabeth thomas, imagination, milky way galaxy

Speculative Fiction: Using an Ethnic and Cultural Lens for Story Telling

Peggy Marie Savage
Keywords: speculative fiction, storytelling, the dark fantastic

Dabbling in the Dark: The Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow of the Black Speculative Aesthetic

Ryann M. Rouse
Keywords: Afrofuturism, Black Speculative Art, English Language Arts, fantasy, race, science fiction

Speculative Poetry: Making Sense of the Present and Shaping the Future

Sarah Vieldhouse
Keywords: analysis, imagination, poetry, speculative poetry

Our New Mythologies Speculative Fiction Unit

Katherine Cohen Volin
Keywords: English Language Arts, mythology, speculative fiction

“Take Root Among the Stars” A Speculative Curriculum Unit for Fifth Grade

Vanetta Wood
Keywords: creative arts

Liberated Through Literacy: The African American Pursuit of Equity in Education

Charlette Walker
Keywords: anti-literacy laws, Black educators, Black history, courage, education, ELA, literacy, neo-slavery, Reading, resilience, Slavery, systemic racism