“I Don’t Think He Knows about it”/”He was Outraged
White Parents and White Boys Talk
Part of the Teaching Race and Ethnicity book series (RACE)
When Trayvon Martin was killed, I was conducting a two-year ethnographic study of how white children come to understand race, racism, and racial privilege in America (see Hagerman, 2013).
KeywordsWhite Child Racial Inequality Racial Socialization White Family Black Girl
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