Our Problem, Our Path: Collective Antiracism for White People

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Price
$38.45
Publisher
Corwin Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
232
Dimensions
6.9 X 10.0 X 0.6 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781071851326

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About the Author

Ali Michael is the Director of K-12 Consulting and Professional Development at the Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators. Ali earned her BA in African studies and political science at Williams College, her MA in anthropology and education from Teachers College and her PhD in teacher education from the University of Pennsylvania. She received her education as an activist and a facilitator from Training for Change and Whites Confronting Racism. She is the author of Raising Race Questions: Whiteness, Inquiry and Education a book designed to support teachers in the long term and personal process of understanding the role that race plays in their lives and in their classrooms. She and her partner, Michael, live in Philadelphia and consider questions of race and education on a daily basis in the raising of their two children.
Eleonora Bartoli, Ph.D., is a consultant and licensed psychologist, specializing in trauma, resilience-building, and multicultural/social justice counseling. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology: Human Development/Mental Health Research from the University of Chicago in 2001. After receiving her clinical license in 2005, she opened a small independent practice, which she has held since. After 15 years in academia (12 of those years as the director of a Masters in counseling program), she became a full-time consultant. Her mission is to share the tools of counseling and psychology in support of social justice work.

Throughout her career, Dr. Bartoli has held leadership positions in professional organizations at both the state and national levels. She has also presented at numerous conferences and is the author of a number of publications focused on multicultural counseling competence, white racial socialization, and the integration of social justice principles in evidence-based counseling practices (please see her website, dreleonorabartoli.com, for details). Dr. Bartoli has been the recipient of academic awards, including the Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Provost Award for Outstanding Advising and Mentoring. The Gillem-Bartoli Alum Award for Contributions to Social Justice was established to honor hers and a colleague's contributions in their role as activist-scholars within academia. In all her work, Dr. Bartoli integrates an understanding of neuroscience, focusing on how it informs symptom development as well as healing and resilience-building strategies.