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Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria

Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria,B. D. Tatum

Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria   (Citations: 119)
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Published in 1997.
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    • ...In peer social settings, too, it appears that African American adolescents stick together in groups, self-segregating, as a means of protecting and supporting one another from the racism that is targeted at them as members of the subordinate group (Tatum, 1997, p...

    David L. Burtonet al. An Exploration of Racial Differences in Deviant Sexual Interests Among...

    • ...Practitioners and scholars agree that these kinds of partnerships require more than ‘place-based’ education or multicultural awareness and competence (Murrell 2001; Tatum 1997; Wasow 2000)...

    Virginia Casper. Terms of engagement: Preparing pre-service teachers to form authentic ...

    • ...One student posted, ‘It's good to get this stuff out there so we're all on the same page and we can get more comfortable with each other!’ Much research on multicultural and anti‐racist curriculum indicates that students' level of comfort in the class corresponds with more open engagement with course material that challenges their identity (Bolgatz, 2005; Kailin, 2002; Ladson‐Billings, 2001; Tatum, 1997; Wang, 2008)...

    Tonda Liggett. Critical multicultural education and teacher sense of agency

    • ...The world of the African American child cannot be viewed thoroughly unless it is coupled with racial identity development, which assists in understanding the selfesteem and identity components of the African American psyche (Sheets and Hollins 1999; Tatum 1997)...
    • ...The literature review of culturally responsive practices emphasizes positive student‐teacher relationships, socio-political discourse, home to school connections, recognition of racial identity development, and a cultural mirror in which students can find familiarity within the existing curriculum (Gay 2000; Giddings 2001; Tatum 1997)...

    Darlene Sampsonet al. Cultural Vibrancy: Exploring the Preferences of African American Child...

    • ...Research on Black and Latino adolescents suggests that boys are more likely than girls to encounter discrimination because of the stereotype that ethnic minority boys are violent and delinquent (Gibbs, 1998; Tatum, 1997)...

    Su Yeong Kimet al. Accent, Perpetual Foreigner Stereotype, and Perceived Discrimination a...

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