The Linguistic Justice Collaborative members seek innovative ways to ensure the curricular and instructional ideas and resources created with community members are made available for families, educators, schooling systems, and policy makers.
Read All About it
Recent publications from collaborators:
- Leah Panther and Latoya Tolefree explore how testimony, a trauma informed literacy practice, can be used (and misused) as part of healing pedagogies for youth in the article “Youth Testimony to Contend With Trauma” in the Journal of Language and Literacy Education.
- Andrea Crenshaw and Leah Panther think about linguistic justice in teacher education in the Georgia Council of Teachers of English most recent issue of Scribbles N’ Bits as part of the quarterly column “Linguistic Justice”.
- Felicia Baiden’s article In Active Pursuit of Linguistic Justice in the “Linguistic Justice” column of Scribbles N’ Bits explores how Black Language is (and isn’t) sustained in literacy classrooms.
Come See Us
Upcoming Linguistic Justice Collaborative presentations:
- November 3rd-6th, 2022: Andrea, Leah, Hannah, and Rachael will be at the American Literacy Education Researchers (ALER) annual conference in Denver, Colorado presenting, “Generational Community Literacies as Grassroots Literacy Pedagogies”.
- November 17th-20th, 2022: Latoya, Tenesha, Hannah, and Leah will be at the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) annual conference in Anaheim, California presenting “Writing Selves and Communities in a Multigenerational Writing Collaborative”.
Leah Panther, PhD
Assistant Professor of Literacy Education
Assistant Professor of Elementary Education
Tenesha L. Curtis, M.S.S.W.
Publishing Manager at Volo Press Books