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We are grateful for the research and editorial assistance of Kristin Searle. We would also like to thank the editors, William Pink and George Noblit for their support of this special issue. Bryan Brayboy would like to thank the Center for the Study of Empowered Students of Color and the University of Utah’s American Indian Teacher Training Program for financial assistance. He also acknowledges the generous support of Vice Presidents Karen Dace and David Pershing. Lesley Bartlett would like to thank her colleagues in the Department of International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College for their intellectual support.

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Lesley Bartlett is affiliated with Teachers College, Columbia University. Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy is an Assistant Professor in the University of Utah.

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Bartlett, L., Brayboy, B.M.J. Race and Schooling: Theories and Ethnographies. Urban Rev 37, 361–374 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11256-005-0021-3

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