Anti-Black Racism and Language

Ibrahim, Awad, “One Is Not Born Black: Becoming And The Phenomenon(Ology) Of Race[J1] ”, Philosophical Studies in Education 35:77-87 (2004).

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Ibrahim, Awad, “Operating Under Erasure: Hip-Hop and the Pedagogy of Affect.” 

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Ibrahim, Awad, “Youth: Our Young Cultural Theorists”,  Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures 7.2 (2015).

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Ibrahim, Awad, “Will They Ever Speak with Authority? Race, post-coloniality and the symbolic violence of language”, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 43 (6): 619-635 (2011).

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Ibrahim, Awad, “Body without organs: notes on Deleuze & Guattari, critical race theory and the socius of anti-racism”, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 36 (1): 13-26 (2015).

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Ibrahim, Awad,  “Research as an Act of Love: Ethics, Émigrés, and the Praxis of Becoming Human, Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education”,  Studies of Migration, Integration, Equity, and Cultural Survival, 8(1): 7-20 (2014).

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Young, Vershawn, “Banning the N-word on Campus Ain’t the Answer — It Censors Black Professors Like Me,” The Conversation, June 28, 2020 

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Young, Vershawn and Nate Behar,  The Saturday Debate: Is it ever acceptable to use the N-word in a classroom? Toronto Star, Nov. 14, 2020 

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Young, Vershawn, “Should Writers Use They Own English?”  Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies 12(1): 110-118 (2010) 

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Young, Vershawn, “Nah, We Straight: An Argument Against Code-Switching”, JAC 29 (1-2): 49-76 (2009).  

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