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Teaching Black Lives in College When Black Lives Didn't Matter that Much K through 12
This article explores complexities in teaching Black-authored material (especially Hip Hop lyricism) in premominantly non-Black college composition courses. It uses Barbara Smith's (1978) "Toward a Black Feminist Criticism" as a lens through which to define and examine those complexities. It offers antiracist pedogogal practices and posits withdrawal for reflection and self-care as a viable choice.doi:10.5195/rt.2020.663 fatcat:dvqq35qz6nekhp3du2nso6lfeu