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Race in the United States reading list

CCC Library resources (books, eBooks, streaming videos) examining race and historical / present-day intersectional issues in the United States and Oregon.

Borrow these books

QR code for premade CCC Library catalog search, race and educationCome by CCC Library to check out the following books related to the intersection of race and education. Learn about each book and check its availability by selecting its title or cover art. Find them on the shelves using their call numbers. All you need is your CCC ID card and you can have them for six weeks.

Access eBooks (their call numbers say "eBook") by selecting their titles and signing in using your myClackamas credentials.

Scan the QR code or select the link below to access a premade search of CCC Library's resources related to the intersection of race and education in the United States.

Print and eBooks

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Pedagogy of the Oppressed

by Paulo Freire
Call Number: LB880 .F73 P4313 1993

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The White Educators' Guide to Equity: Teaching for Justice in Community Colleges

by Jeremy Wallace and Jeremiah Sims
Call Number: LB2328.15.U6 W35 2023

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Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom

by bell hooks
Call Number: LC196 .H66 1994

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Implicit Bias: An Educator's Guide to the Language of Microaggressions

by Theresa M. Bouley and Anni K. Reinking
Call Number:  LC212.2 .B68 2021

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Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?

by Beverly Daniel Tatum
Call Number: E185.625 .T38 1999

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