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New Directions in Multicultural Education Complexities , Boundaries , and Critical Race Theory

  title={New Directions in Multicultural Education Complexities , Boundaries , and Critical Race Theory},
  author={Gloria J. Ladson-Billings},
bune read, “A Multicultural State for Sears.” The subheading pointed out that Sears, one of the largest retailers in the United States, was targeting Black and Latino consumers. (In this chapter, the term Black designates all individuals of African descent. In cases where the reference is solely to Blacks who also have a U.S. heritage, the term is African American.) The ease with which a major newspaper used the term multicultural tells us something about how power and domination appropriate… 
A Decolonial Alternative to Critical Approaches to Multicultural and Intercultural Teacher Education
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