Keeping the Strange Unfamiliar: The Racial Privilege of Dismantling Whiteness

In George Yancy (ed.), How Does it Feel to be a (White) Problem? Lexington Press. pp. 141-152 (2014)

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Nancy McHugh
Wittenberg University
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Keywords Critical Race Theory  Epistemologies of Ignorance  Whiteness  Detained Youth
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