WI-AIMH Recommended Reading: Keynote Speaker Reading Suggestions

The following items have been recommended by this year’s Conference Keynote Speaker, Dr. Eva Marie Shivers.

 

Keynote Address Recommended Reading:

You Can’t Fix What You Don’t Look At (Carter, Skiba, Arredondo, Pollock, 2014)

Expulsion and Suspension in Early Education as Matters of Social Justice and Health Equity (Meek & Gilliam, 2016)

The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism (Audre Lorde, 1981)

Colorism, A Legacy of Historical Trauma in Parent-Child Relationships (Lewis, Noroña, McConnico, Thomas, 2013)

 

Breakout Session Recommended Reading:

Excerpt from National Keynote Speech: “The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism” (Audre Lorde, 1981)

Article: “White Fragility” (DiAngelo, 2011)

Report: Telling Our Own Story: The Role of Narrative in Racial Healing (Godsil & Goodale, 2013)

 

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