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The¿ Color of Language helps to shed new light on the intersectionality of language, race and identity by offering readers a unique multi-perspective approach to the proscription of identity when language and culture have a direct impact on the understanding of race and ethnicity.
Using the lens of Afrocentricity, Womanist pedagogy and Foster et al.'s Heuristic for Thinking about Culturally Responsive Teaching (HiTCRiT) as an important pedagogical tool, Kami Anderson discusses raciolinguistics and its implications as a tool for language activism for Black students in the foreign language…mehr

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The¿ Color of Language helps to shed new light on the intersectionality of language, race and identity by offering readers a unique multi-perspective approach to the proscription of identity when language and culture have a direct impact on the understanding of race and ethnicity.

Using the lens of Afrocentricity, Womanist pedagogy and Foster et al.'s Heuristic for Thinking about Culturally Responsive Teaching (HiTCRiT) as an important pedagogical tool, Kami Anderson discusses raciolinguistics and its implications as a tool for language activism for Black students in the foreign language classroom, demonstrating how supremacist notions of language have often hindered the success of Black students in this area.

Engaging in Afrocentric language activism to challenges hegemonic notions, The Color of Language explores the inclusion of Afrolatino culture as a means of offering new pedagogical solutions that can foster language equity for African American students in the foreign language classroom today.


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Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Kami J. Anderson has a passion and compassion for others and difference through language. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Spanish from Spelman College, a Master's degree in International Affairs/Interdisciplinary Studies in International Communication and Anthropology from American University and a PhD in Communication and Culture from Howard University.