Black Boys & Play
Join We Are Here Lit! as we talk to Dr. Nathaniel Bryan and his new book Toward a BlackBoyCrit Pedagogy: Black Boys, Male Teachers, and Early Childhood Classroom Practices.
We will discuss Dr. Bryan's educational and literacy journey, supporting educators, what is BlackBoyCrit, Black boys & sports, homeschooling, and much more.
You can watch or listen to the interview on all our platforms
(Youtube, Anchor Podcast, Spotify, and the website weareherelit.org)
New Book from Dr. Alfred Tatum!
"How do we think about high-quality instruction and high-quality text to shape positive life outcome trajectories?"
-Prof. Alfred Tatum
The new publication, Teaching Black Boys in Elementary Grades: Advanced Disciplinary Reading and Writing to Secure Their Futures, is available from Dr. Alfred W. Tatum.
At a critical stage in literacy development, Tatum's book details the expectations and rigorous practices across disciplines to reinvigorate the alignment of intellectual tradition with young Black males.
The book also includes a multidimensional model of reading and writing, student writing samples, multidisciplinary lesson plans, and more.
We haven't had a research article in a while. Often those doing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion or Anti-Racist work often hit barriers when trying to operationalize the work in their organizational environments and cultures.
This article's framework to address anti-Black racism can help give direction, like steps, and a process to assess movement towards anti-racist education and provide insight to structure your organizational practice.
The full text is available by doing a title search in your preferred web browser.rarians, community advocates, and others engaging in social justice work. This article is easily transferrable to libraries and non-profits, as well.
Geared towards educational leaders, the information can be used for teachers, librarians, community advicates and others engaging in social justice work.
The full text of this article is available by doing a title search in your preferred web browser.
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WE ARE HERE will provide you book reviews, discussions, news, and programming about literature and literacy by and about Black males. This site will also feature vlog conversations on topics related to the promoting literacy and voice for Black boys and young men.