References for Introduction, Core Concepts, Social Identities, and DSJ Pedagogy

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Front Matter

Land Acknowledgment

Duwamish Tribal Services, n.d., The Duwamish Land Acknowledgement, (

Native Land Digital, n.d., Territory Acknowledgement (

Native Governance Center, 2019, Native Government Center Guide for Land Acknowledgements (

Author Contact Information

Core Concepts

Introduction to Core Concepts

LWTECH, 2021, LWTECH EDI Glossary (

Southern Poverty Law Center, n.d., Teaching Tolerance (

Social Identities

Introduction to Social Identities

TedTalk, 2016, TedTalk Video: The Urgency of Intersectionality (

Beverly Daniel Tatum, n.d., Who Am I? The Complexity of Identity – Tatum (

Sarah Morris, 2011, Video: A summary of “Who Am I? The Complexity of Identity”     (

Gardenswartz and Rowe, n.d., The Four Layers Model, Gardenswartz and Rowe (

My Social Identities: A Self-Reflection Assessment

My Identities Table, 2021

Gender Pronouns

Soul Sisters Leadership Collective, n.d., (

NYC Department of Social Services, n.d., Gender Pronouns   Gender Pronouns final draft 10.23.17.pdf (

Trans Student Education Resources, n.d., TSER: Graphics (

DSJ Pedagogy and Inclusive Instruction

DSJ Pedagogy and Inclusive Instruction

SuperSummary, n.d., Pedagogy of the Oppressed – Paulo Freire (

SuperSummary, n.d., Teaching To Transgress – bell hooks (

Zaretta Hammond, n.d., Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain (

Geneva Gay, 2018, Culturally Responsive Teaching – Geneva Gay (

Matt Kelly, 2019, Paulo Freire’s Five Ideas for Dialogical Learning (

LinkedIn, 2019, LinkedIn Learning Video: Inclusive Instructional Design (

Harvard University, n.d., Inclusive Moves – Harvard University (

Harvard University, n.d., Course design – Harvard University (


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