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Articles

  1. Allsup, R. E. (2007) Editorial. Music Education Research. (9)2, 167-168.
  2. Baxter, M. (July 01, 2007). Global Music Making a Difference: Themes of Exploration, Action and Justice.Music Education Research, 9, 2, 267-279.
  3. Benedict, C., & Schmidt, P. K. (December 01, 2007). From Whence Justice? Interrogating the Improbable in Music Education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 6, 4, 21-42.
  4. Bowman, W.D. (2007). Who’s asking? (Who’s answering?) Theorizing social justice in music education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education. (6)4, 1-20.
  5. Bradley, D., Golner, R., & Hanson, S. (July 01, 2007). Unlearning Whiteness, Rethinking Race Issues in Graduate Music Education. Music Education Research, 9,2, 293-304.
  6. Burnard, P. (January 01, 2008). A phenomenological study of music teachers' approaches to inclusive education practices among disaffected youth. Research Studies in Music Education, 30, 1, 59-75.
  7. Carr, W. G. (1948). Music education in the world community. Music Educators Journal, (24)5, 27-30.
  8. Frierson-Campbell, C. (July 01, 2007). Without the 'ism: Thoughts about Equity and Social Justice in Music Education. Music Education Research, 9, 2, 255-265.
  9. Gould, E. (July 01, 2007). Social Justice in Music Education: The Problematic of Democracy. Music Education Research, 9, 2, 229-240.
  10. Higgins, L. (July 01, 2007). Acts of Hospitality: The Community in Community Music. Music Education Research, 9, 2, 281-292.
  11. McKoy, Constance. (n.d.). Equity and access in music education: Conceptualizing culture as barriers to and supports for music learning.
  12. Reimer, B. (July 01, 2007). Roots of Inequity and Injustice: The Challenges for Music Education. Music Education Research, 9, 2, 191-204.
  13. Richardson, C. P. (July 01, 2007). Engaging the World: Music Education and the Big Ideas. Music Education Research, 9, 2, 205-214.
  14. Jorgensen, E. R. (2007). Concerning justice and music education. Music Education Research, (9)2, 169-189.
  15. Sands, R. M. (2007). Social just and equity: Doing the right thing in the music teacher education program. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education. (6)4, 43-59.
  16. Silverman, M. (January 01, 2009). Sites of social justice: community music in New York City. Research Studies in Music Education, 31, 2, 178-192.
  17. Younker, B.A., Hickey, M. (2007). Examining the profession through the lens of social justice: two music educators’ stories and their stark realizations. Music Education Research, (9)2, 215-227.
  18. Fitzpatrick, K., Henniger, J., Taylor, D. (2014). Access and retention: Experiences of marginalized populations in music teacher education. Journal of Research in Music Education, 62(2), 105-127.
  19. Fitzpatrick, K.(2012). Cultural diversity and the formation of identity: Our role as music teachers. Music Educators Journal, 98(4), 53-59.
  20. Fitzpatrick, K. (2011). A mixed methods portrait of urban instrumental music teaching. Journal of Research in Music Education, 59(3), 229-256.

Books

  1. Bigelow, B., Christensen, L., Karp, S., Miner, B. & Peterson, B. (1994). Rethinking our classrooms: Teaching for equity and justice. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools, Ltd.
  2. Howard, G. R. (1999). We can’t teach what we don’t know: White teachers, multiracial schools. NY: Teachers College Press.
  3. Gould, E., & Countryman, J. (2009). Exploring social justice: How music education might matter. Toronto: Canadian Music Educators' Association.
  4. Mack, T. & Picower, B. (2010). Planning to change the world: A plan book for social justice teachers 2010-2011. NyCoRE & Education for Liberation Network. (can be found at http://www.justiceplanbook.com/ and downloaded for $9.50)
  5. Fitzpatrick, K. (2015). Urban Music Education. A Practical Guide for Teachers. New York: Oxford University Press.

Videos

  1. Bailey, J., & Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. (2003). A Kabul music diary.
  2. London: Royal Anthropological Institute [distributor].
  3. Broughton, S., Simons, C., Charap, D., British Broadcasting Corporation., & Aditi Image (Firm). (2004). Breaking the silence: Music in Afghanistan. Nieuwegein [the Netherlands: Aditi Image.
  4. CNN – Egypt’s Soundtrack of Change: http://cnn.com/video/?/video/world/2011/02/14/pkg.egypt.soundtrack.watson.cnn
  5. Freedom Singers: We are Soldiers in the Army from the Smithsonian Folkways Video Section under United States
  6. Sunni Paz – Argentinian Singer & Song writer from the Smithsonian Folkways Video Section under the Artist Spotlight

For PreK - 12 Teachers:


Resource Documents:

  • NAfME 2014 Session Handout: "An Investigation of Cultural Capital and Musical Identity in Music Education"
Presented by Dr. Margaret Schmidt and Joyce McCall


  • NAfME 2014 Session Handout: "Fighting Institutional Marginalization in Music Education"
Presented by Adam Kruse, Juiet Hess, Joshua Palkki, Daniel Shevock
It contains resources and activities relevant to critical social theory, queer theory, critical feminism, and critical race theory.




Lesson Plans:





Activities for K-12 & University Courses




Workshops/ Courses

  1. Smithsonian Folkways Certification Course in World Music Pedagogy
June 23 - 27, 2014
Course Website


Links to Additional Resources:

Websites or Links to Articles:

  1. Smithsonian Folkways Online Archive - Free World Music Lesson Plans and Thematic Units under "Tools for Teaching" Section
  2. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education: ACT publishes refereed and invited critical, analytical, theoretical, and policy development articles of international interest that illuminate, extend or challenge the Action Ideals of the MayDay Group. Research based in and across a variety of disciplinary perspectives is thus encouraged and welcomed: e.g. education, music, philosophy, sociology, history, psychology, curriculum. Frequency of issues is determined by submissions, approvals, and technical preparation.
  3. Music, Equity & Social Justice: Deborah Bradley hosts this column which, to date, has involved information, a bibliography, and lively dialog about race and gender as aspects of social justice in music education and its practices- another aspect relevant to an 'ethics' of music teaching.
  4. Cultural Diversity in Music Education - CDIME: From its beginnings in Amsterdam in 1991, CDIME has grown beyond its initial brief of studying the phenomenon of 'teaching world music'. Conferences are every two years. CDIME XII, its twelfth major international conference, will be held in Helsinki, Finland and convened jointly by the University of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy and Nepal Music Center, Kathmandu, Nepal. This conference will examine various theoretical and practical aspects relevant to the area of cultural diversity in music education.
  5. Center for Urban Schools at SUNY Oswego State University of New York - Teaching for Social Justice: Pat Russo, December 2006 - Circle of Oppression and What does it Mean to Teach for Social Justice?
  6. GLSEN: Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network: Everyday GLSEN works to ensure that LGBT students are able to learn and grow in a school environment free from bullying and harassment. This is a great resource!
  7. Music for Social Justice: Global Music Making a Difference: Music Teaching and learning through a social justice lens offers a space for exploring and critiquing cultural diversity. Teachers and learners become agents of change, transforming their homes, their communities, their worlds.
  8. Teaching Tolerance: A place to find throught - provoking news, conversation and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools. Subscribe to the free newsletter!
  9. Planning to Change the World - A Plan Book for Social Justice Teachers: This book is for educators who believe their students can and will change the world. It is designed to help teachers translate their vision of a just education into concrete classroom activities.
  10. Afghan Music Project: The Afghan Music Project (AMP) is a mixed media social venture, seeking to raise awareness of Afghan culture through music. All proceeds from the project will fund Afghan music teachers in Kabul who will teach music to Afghan youth, particularly young women. Explore the site below to learn more about the project.
  11. Why New Barack Obama High School if Unjust

Videos


  1. Fabian "FARBEON" Saucedo epitomizes the Hip Hop Renaissance. As an artist, educator and agent of change he has graced stages, panels and classrooms globally, from the streets of Spanish Harlem to the halls of Georgetown University to the former USSR air-force hangers of Hip Hop KEMP in the Czech Republic. Hip Hop Re:Education is an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that relies on an array of best practices to meet the needs of today's global learner. Remixing education to include arts-integration, digital media and youth-centered curricula, Hip Hop Re:Educators encourage youth to commit to a craft and invest in the creative process.
  2. GroundSpark: It's Elementary: One of our members suggested this video as a resource on how to approach sensitive subjects in school. It's specific to LGBT but also offers suggestions on how to handle name calling, stereotyping, and community building that may also be applicable to other discussions.

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