Learning to do diversity work: A model for continued education of program organizers

@article{DounasFrazer2016LearningTD,
  title={Learning to do diversity work: A model for continued education of program organizers},
  author={D. Dounas-Frazer and Simone Hyater-Adams and Daniel L Reinholz},
  journal={The Physics Teacher},
  year={2016},
  volume={55},
  pages={342-346}
}
  • D. Dounas-Frazer, Simone Hyater-Adams, Daniel L Reinholz
  • Published 2016
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • The Physics Teacher
  • Physics and physics education in the United States suffer from severe (and, in some cases, worsening) underrepresentation of Black, Latinx, and Native American people of all genders and women of all races and ethnicities. In this paper, we describe an approach to facilitating physics students’ collective and continued education about such underrepresentation; its connections to racism, sexism, and other dimensions of marginalization; and models of allyship that may bring about social change… CONTINUE READING

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