The article "Avoiding Racial" by Paul Gorski provides insightful information concerning racial inequity within the education sphere and how to address the problem. This summary seeks to analyze the knowledge created by the article. The primary standpoint taken is that the article looks into the phenomenon under question in a distinct light, and an "out-of-the-box" thought process manifests this. Consequently, the article succeeds in not only bringing the reality of racial inequality in schools to the fore but also devising appropriate steps through which the education realm can solve the challenge
This chapter provides an in-depth exploration of racism, one of the core forms of oppression. In the Canadian and American contexts, the chapter confers that racism is described as white/settler racial and cultural discrimination and prejudice often reinforced by institutional authority and power, whether intentionally or unintentionally, and applied to the advantage...
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