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Ebony Thomas The Shadow Book: Reading Slavery, Fugitivity, and Freedom in Children’s Books and Media - Shared screen with speaker view
Patrick
32:18
Welcome! Please utilize the Q&A feature for questions and closed captioning have been enabled for this presentation if needed. Enjoy the presentation. Thank you!
Sharon Jackson
01:17:23
Thank you for a wonderful presentation!
Nitya Tripuraneni
01:18:18
really fascinating presentation! :)
Janet Kerschner
01:18:20
I have gotten a lot out of this. I have been writing down all the works you referenced, and will have to study more.
Janet Kerschner
01:23:03
I grew up with Uncle Remus stories (showing my age). What has been the impact of that body of literature?
Sharon Jackson
01:25:02
How do we explain the need to nurture our children through representation in an unapologetic way that rallies multi-cultural support without evoking criticism of reverse racism? Is it important to focus efforts on this goal before we attempt to expand access to a broader variety of literature to all?
Sharon Jackson
01:26:00
No problem.
Ryan W Barnett
01:26:03
Thank you for this wonderful presentation! Identifying as gay, I understand how important representation matters. Have there been any noticed benefits in the classroom and in society in general caused by the increased prevalence of minority-centric stories in the classroom?
Sharon Jackson
01:29:38
well said. thanks again. would love to hear yu speak again
Brigit
01:29:38
Thank you!!
Ryan W Barnett
01:29:40
Thank you so much!