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Enacting Educational Fugitivity with Youth of Color: A Statement/Love Letter from the Fugitive Literacies Collective

Enacting Educational Fugitivity with Youth of Color: A Statement/Love Letter from the Fugitive... Enacting Educational Fugitivity with Youth of Color: A Statement/Love Letter from the Fugitive Literacies Collective Grace D. Player University of Connecticut Justin A. Coles Fordham University ´ ´ Monica Gonzalez Ybarra University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Fugitive Literacies Collective Authors’ Note: The contributions of Player, Coles, and Gonzalez Ybarra were equal and the writing of this piece was entirely collaborative. The other members of the Fugitive Literacies Collective are Esther O. Ohito, University of North Carolina; Laura Gonzalez, University of Florida; Blanca Caldas, University of Minnesota; Jamila Lyiscott, University of Massachusetts Amherst; and Brooke Harris Garad, Indiana University. Introduction The morning is quiet as a few roll out of bed, begin the coffee maker, and bring some snacks to the coffee table. The rest of the Collective make their way to the living room for a morning meeting. Still in pajamas, some sprawl out on the floor while others lay on the couch, laptops open, and a blanket covering their feet. This is the morning after our last Cultivating New Voices (CNV) retreat together, the closing of our fellowship years as a cohort in a program for junior scholars of color. The conversation goes something like this: This http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The High School Journal University of North Carolina Press

Enacting Educational Fugitivity with Youth of Color: A Statement/Love Letter from the Fugitive Literacies Collective

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Enacting Educational Fugitivity with Youth of Color: A Statement/Love Letter from the Fugitive Literacies Collective Grace D. Player University of Connecticut Justin A. Coles Fordham University ´ ´ Monica Gonzalez Ybarra University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Fugitive Literacies Collective Authors’ Note: The contributions of Player, Coles, and Gonzalez Ybarra were equal and the writing of this piece was entirely collaborative. The other members of the Fugitive Literacies Collective are Esther O. Ohito, University of North Carolina; Laura Gonzalez, University of Florida; Blanca Caldas, University of Minnesota; Jamila Lyiscott, University of Massachusetts Amherst; and Brooke Harris Garad, Indiana University. Introduction The morning is quiet as a few roll out of bed, begin the coffee maker, and bring some snacks to the coffee table. The rest of the Collective make their way to the living room for a morning meeting. Still in pajamas, some sprawl out on the floor while others lay on the couch, laptops open, and a blanket covering their feet. This is the morning after our last Cultivating New Voices (CNV) retreat together, the closing of our fellowship years as a cohort in a program for junior scholars of color. The conversation goes something like this: This

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The High School JournalUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Dec 18, 2020

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