«In this article, I examine the ways in which silences around race contribute to the maintenance and legitimation of Whiteness. Drawing on ethnographic ...»
10. It is important to note that a handful of administrators of color and White allies have been making similar points within the district for years. I believe, however, that my outsider and researcher status, as well as my White identity, may have contributed to my message being heard in ways that were not previously possible. This was, however, also only possible because of the collective work by many leaders within the district.
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