Education Radio:Multicultural and Anti-Oppressive Education: In theory and practice  
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Education Radio  Multicultural and Anti-Oppressive Education: In theory and practice    
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Education Radio  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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n this weeks show we talk with James Banks, who is often referred to as the founder of multicultural education in the United States. James A Banks is a professor of education at the University of Washington. Over the past four decades, Banks has constructed a body of knowledge designed to disrupt curriculum based in dominant group norms by including perspectives from marginalized groups as a way to enable students to develop knowledge, attitudes, and skills to become active citizens in a multicultural nation and a diverse world.For more information, visit:

We also speak with Kevin Kumashiro, professor of Asian American Studies and Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and president-elect of the National Association for Multicultural Education. His research and teaching span the field of anti-oppressive education, and include issues in teacher education, the "common sense" of schooling and the praxis of social justice education. For more information, visit: 
Notes: Credits:
  Chris Herland
Barbara Madeloni
Hannah Mills
Deborah Keisch Polin
Tim Scott
Timothy Sutton
Kate Way
Politics and Activism | Governance / Law  
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View Script    12-03-2011  English 
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educationradio  64Kbps mp3 (27.34MB) Mono 
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