"Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?" : : and other conversations about race

Book Number DB091706
Title "Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?" : : and other conversations about race
Names Tatum, Beverly Daniel.
Medium Digital Book
Language English
Annotation Update of influential 1997 book on the psychology of racism, its impacts, and the ways people cope with it, particularly in educational settings. Topics covered include defining racism, understanding blackness and whiteness in a white context, moving beyond binary constructs, and developing cross-racial dialogue skills. Some violence and some strong language. Commercial audiobook. 2017.
Length 13 hours, 30 minutes Digital talking book. 3 levels and 80 navigation points. Digitally mastered.
LC Subject African American children - Psychology
African American youth - Psychology
African Americans - Race identity
Race awareness in adolescence - United States
Whites - Race identity - United States
Whites - United States - Psychology
United States - Race relations
Nonfiction
Talking books
Downloadable books
Local Subject Sociology - SOC
Audience Notes A NLS/BPH
Unrated. NLS/BPH
Female narrator. NLS/BPH
Local Subject Race Relations - RACNF
Authors, Black - AUBLK
Audience Notes Contains strong language. NLS/BPH
Contains violence. NLS/BPH
Local Subject Nonfiction - NF
Narrator Tatum, Beverly Daniel.
Title Status Active
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