The Race and Education series addresses urgent, contemporary issues at the intersection of race, society, and education. The books strive to advance a critical, forward-thinking body of research on race that contributes to policy, theory, practice, and action. The series aims to highlight effective practices designed to help solve intractable problems of race in education.
The series is edited by Dr. H. Richard Milner IV, who TJE was pleased to host as our Fall 2018 Distinguished Speaker. His talk, "Five Educational Imperatives for Justice" was groundbreaking and inspiring.
To date, 5 books have been published in the series, including our very own faculty director, Dr. Maisha T. Winn's, most recent book, Justice on Both Sides: Transforming Education through Restorative Justice. Fall 2019 will see 2 new additions to the series:
- Science in the City: Culturally Relevant STEM Education by Bryan A. Brown
- Race, Sports, and Education: Improving Opportunities and Outcomes for Black Male College Athletes by John N. Singer
The flier is attached below for more information, including how to order.