What I Learned the Summer of 2018: Critical Reflections of an ESOL, Language and Literacy Teacher Educator

Gertrude M. Tinker Sachs

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privilege, equity-based training,

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Equal Justice Institute

https://eji.org/

Facing History and Ourselves

https://www.facinghistory.org/

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center

https://www.ilholocaustmuseum.org/

Kramsch, C. (1997). The privilege of the nonnative speaker. Modern Language Association, 112(3), 359 – 369.

https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/462945.pdf?casa_token=TbLOROVSxDYAAAAA:-dgFO-fCQgUsTcb4zHWuMDYBv6P1MMEkCVBXEmQRQSKGRsjCsz5HgYxMvLW8blWdGVeIZaXDuHimPDPVsKjoFJN9LMIk7CNbE6YyVKouHbNahAoj7Zwk

Stevenson, B. (2014). Just mercy: A story of justice and redemption. New York, NY: Spiegel & Grau.

Sky City Cultural Center Haak’u Museum.

http://www.acomaskycity.org/home.html

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice

https://museumandmemorial.eji.org/

The San Francisco Coalition of Essential Small School (SF-CESS)

http://sfcess.org/


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