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Author Shange, Savannah, 1980- author
Title Progressive dystopia : abolition, antiblackness, + schooling in San Francisco / Savannah Shange
Imprint Durham ; London : Duke University Press, 2019
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 人文社會聯圖  LC2803.S26 S536 2019    AVAILABLE    30610020619995
Descript xiv, 212 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-199) and index
#ourlivesmatter: mapping an abolitionist anthropology -- 'A long history of seeing': historicizing the progressive dystopia -- Why can't we learn African?: academic pathways, coalition pedagogy, and the demands of abolition -- The kids in the hall: space and governance in Frisco's plantation futures -- Ordinary departures: flesh, bodies, and border management at Robeson -- Black skin, brown masks: carceral progressivism and the co-optation of Xicanx nationalism -- Coda: My afterlife got afterlives
"Savannah Shange's PROGRESSIVE DYSTOPIA is an activist ethnography of Robeson Justice Academy, a progressive Black and Brown school in San Francisco, which despite its committments to social justice ends up replicating anti-Blackness. Black students are more likely to be punished, and progressive 'wins' at the school can come at a cost to Black San Francisco residents. Shange worked at the school for seven years. Moving through different registers-- Black English, neighborhood dialects, academic prose, and ethnography-- the book attends to the tensions between coalition, anti-blackness, and the state, theorizing events at the school in the context of the long afterlives of slavery"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Robeson Justice Academy (San Francisco, Calif.)
African Americans -- Education -- Social aspects -- California -- San Francisco
Social justice and education -- California -- San Francisco
Racism in education -- California -- San Francisco
Discrimination in education -- California -- San Francisco
Educational equalization -- California -- San Francisco
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