Critical Race, Feminism, and Education

A Social Justice Model

  • Authors
  • Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke

Part of the Postcolonial Studies in Education book series (PCSE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Introduction: A Black Girl’s Story

    1. Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke
      Pages 1-14
  3. Social Justice in Theory: Framework and Foundation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 15-15
    2. Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke
      Pages 17-50
  4. Social Justice in Action: Analysis and Application

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 51-51
    2. Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke
      Pages 53-79
    3. Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke
      Pages 81-106
    4. Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke
      Pages 107-120
    5. Menah A. E. Pratt-Clarke
      Pages 121-164
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 165-206

About this book


Critical Race, Feminism, and Education: A Social Justice Model provides a transformative next step in the evolution of critical race and Black feminist scholarship. Focusing on praxis, the relationship between the construction of race, class, and gender categories and social justice outcomes is analyzed. An applied transdisciplinary model - integrating law, sociology, history, and social movement theory - demonstrates how marginalized groups are oppressed by ideologies of power and privilege in the legal system, the education system, and the media. Pratt-Clarke documents the effects of racism, patriarchy, classism, and nationalism on Black females and males in the single-sex school debate.


education feminism gender research social justice

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