Wednesday, Oct 21st at 3:00 pm
Dr. April Baker-Bell (author of Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy) will discuss her book, focusing on how anti-Black linguistic racism and white linguistic supremacy get normalized in teacher attitudes, curriculum, and instruction, pedagogical approaches.
Following the talk at 4:30 pm, Dr. Baker-Bell will facilitate a critical discussion with talk participants to engage in more intimate conversations about anti-Black Linguistic racism and how they can implement antiracist language pedagogies in the classroom.
To learn more about Dr. Baker-Bell’s personal affiliation with this topic, you can watch her book trailer here
Special thanks to the Vilas Trust for sponsoring this event.