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Anti-Racism and Multiculturism in the USA

Synopsis
Geneva Gay, Professor of Education at Purdue University, Indiana talks of her experiences of putting anti-racism and multiculturalism into practice in the United States. She discusses ways in which racist practices have been challenged and changed; the implications of anti-racist approaches for predominantly white areas and for the multicultural curriculum; and strategies to encourage teachers to make anti-racism and multiculturalism a reality.
Language
English
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Betamax, VHS. col. 40 min.
Year of production
1985
Availability
Sale
Uses
Inset and initial teacher training.*
Subjects
Education; Sociology
Keywords
multicultural issues; race relations; United States of America

Production Company

Name

Afro-Caribbean Education Project

Distributor

Name

Viewtech Educational Media

Notes
NB. Viewtech ceased trading in 2014 and the company’s products are no longer in distribution

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