Anti-racist education and research: A vision for Caribbean education in the 21st century

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Title: Anti-racist education and research: A vision for Caribbean education in the 21st century
Author: Kallon, Michael
Abstract: This is a theoretical paper intended to discuss ideas on how anti-racist education and research can be approached in the Caribbean context. The paper seeks to examine the role of, and challenges, to anti-racist education and research in a contemporary new epoch, one that is remarkably different in its celebration of cultural fragmentation and pluralism as against the universalizing, homogenizing effects of rationality and scientism. I would not attempt to argue that there is a consensus out there on what constitutes anti-racist education and research. I only draw attention to certain basic challenges for those interested in the conduct of anti-racist work in the Caribbean
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/6723
Date: 2008


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