African American Studies | Critical and Cultural Studies | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
The article discusses cultural identity, experience, and gap, along with the connections of critical race theory (CRT) and critical race feminism (CRF) with cultural identity and experience. Topics include the definition of cultural experience, the identity of African American educators, and the cultural gap experienced by African American students.
Theodorea Berry and Matthew Candis. "Cultural identity and education: A critical race perspective" Educational Foundations (2013): 43-64.
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