Lynn, M. (2002). Critical Race Theory and the Perspectives of Black Men Teachers in the Los Angeles Public Schools. Equity & Excellence in Education, 35(2), 119-130.
Used critical race theory to examine black male teachers’ perspectives on their racial identity in relation to their connection and responsibility toward students, noting trends in educational research and theory (black teachers as invisible or inconsequential and more nuanced understandings of black teachers’ roles in urban schools). Black male teachers reported clearly understanding the relationship between teaching and social change. (SM)
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