When Charlotte Blake Alston accepts a teaching position at a private Quaker school, she expects she’ll finally become part of an educational institution committed to respect and equality for all members of the school community. But true equity comes with awareness, sensitivity and diligence. The School of Invisibility illustrates how cultural conditioning can creep into even the most “inclusive” school environment.
- What do Quakers believe and what is their history in the United States?
- We can have good intentions yet have a very different impact on others. When have you unconsciously discriminated against others? When have you felt left out or treated as if you weren’t as good as someone else?
- How do you show respect and create a sense of equality with others?
- The Quakers: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Pink Dandelion
- Silent Racism: How Well-Meaning White People Perpetuate the Racial Divide by Barbara Trepagnier
- African American/Black History
- Education and Life Lessons
- Stereotypes and Discrimination
- Taking A Stand and Peacemaking