Kelly Sassi and Ebony Elizabeth Thomas describe their struggles and eventual success with students in constructing a "counternarrative to colormuteness and colorblindness"--the self-imposed student segregation and silencing of voice. Because of discussions during a Native American unit and student participation in a classroom intervention activity, interpersonal dynamics openly shifted for the better.
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Sassi, Kelly and Thomas, Ebony Elizabeth, "Walking the Talk: Examining Privilege and Race in a Ninth-Grade Classroom" (2008). Teacher Education Faculty Publications. Paper 1.