The Staying in Our Lanes Project so far consists of a book (in process) and a one-hour webinar. It presents models for writing that lead to respectful interculturality by honoring the principles of #OwnVoices, a movement in literature emphasizing the production of books in which the author and protagonist share a marginalized identity.
Representation in literature provides mirrors in which students see themselves, and windows by which to develop understanding of others. This is an historic moment in which White and/or globally-imperial world language teachers and authors are being asked to be allies in movements of decolonization; making space for #OwnVoices in literature is a way to work toward this within our realm of influence.
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WEBINAR: Writing Toward the Acquisition of Respectful Interculturality
In this one-hour webinar we present several models for teachers/authors who wish to write respectful language-learner literature and curriculum that honor the principles of #Ownvoices. What we are proposing is not a subtraction but an addition: something that fills our deepest aspirations and values as teachers of language and interculturality, far beyond the oppressive structure and practices of the status-quo. Please allow 24 hours for us to send you a link to the webinar.