Shannon-Baker travels to California to share research
Peggy Shannon-Baker, Ph.D.
Peggy Shannon-Baker, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations and Reading, presented at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Critical Race Studies in Education Association held in May at the University of Southern California.
Shannon-Baker’s presented was based on a paper titled “[Y]Our safety is colonizing: Using critical race hermeneutics to interrogate “safe zone” discourse.” In the paper, Shannon-Baker describes how educational institutions need to not focus on creating “safe spaces” but rather focus on creating inclusive spaces for racial, gender, sexual, and other minority students.
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