In this article, Inoue offers an antiracist reading practice for students in literacy classrooms of all kinds. This practice draws on a number of disciplines in order to help students read in ways that help them see the structural and personal in the judgments they make with and in language as they read. Central to an antiracist reading practice is understanding White language supremacy and how all readers and texts participate in it, even as some struggle against it.
- White language supremacy
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Developmental and Educational Psychology
- Linguistics and Language