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What if our community listened—truly listened—to their experiences, words, and perspectives, even when that experience of listening requires us to look uncomfortably at ourselves?
And, perhaps most importantly: And the other three panelists are there. Need a brief summary of why?
BUT if you cannot get behind the paywall, email me and I will send you pdfs. I saw for the first time that these things happened to other people too, other people who looked like me. Whose parents looked like mine. Whose mother suffered as mine did.
Whose father was absent as mine was. How they treat us is based, first and largely, on how they read our racial identities. Racial battle fatigue is real. White fragility is entirely different. White fragility maintains power. I and many others are fond of quoting the organizations unofficial mantra: My agenda is a race-class-gender-and- all-kinds-of-identities-that-make-people-uncomfortable-and-unsure agenda.
In short, my agenda is an intersectional agenda. I say the words that my students fear. The words that need to be said out loud and often. The words that need to be talked about so these teachers get to know the feeling of these words on their tongues. I come out to my students as a complex person by addressing my intertwined identities.
I am performing myself in ways that most of my students have never seen a teacher do, have never had to do themselves, and will come to recognize as one way to normalize diversity.
We must also acknowledge how the invisibly privileged among us may fail to acknowledge or even see the ways in which we are implicated in systems of privilege and oppression typically without our active consent.
For Piaget, learning takes place when a person experiences disequilibrium, attempts to assimilate the new information into their existing schema, and finally must change that schema to accommodate the new knowledge.
But for this to happen, the learner must first recognize what is unknown, must be aware of the disequilibrium and want to change it.
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