Teaching community : a pedagogy of hope / bell hooks.
By: hooks, bell.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Routledge, 2003Description: xvi, 200 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0415968178; 9780415968171; 0415968186; 9780415968188.Subject(s): Critical pedagogy -- United States | Discrimination in education -- United States | Teaching -- Social aspects -- United StatesDDC classification: 370.11/5 Online resources: Publisher description
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Preface : Teaching and living in hope -- The will to learn: the world as classroom -- Time out: classrooms without boundaries -- Talking race and racism -- Democratic education -- What happens when white people change -- Standards -- How can we serve -- Moving beyond shame -- Keepers of hope: teaching in communities -- Progressive learning: a family value -- Heart to heart: teaching with love -- Good sex: passionate pedagogy -- Spirituality in education -- This is our life: teaching toward death -- Spiritual matters in the classroom -- Practical wisdom -- Index.
Writing about struggles to end racism and white supremacy, the autho reminds us that "no one is born a racist"--Everyone makes a choice. But the pervasiveness of racism in society - the "worship of whiteness"--devalues us all. To "teach community" means, for example to work against the effects of such socialization and to resist even the subtle ways in which racism is reinforced.