Civic Leadership Spring 2020 Reading Guide 7 Due 4/3/20 Reading DuBois, W.

Civic Leadership
Spring 2020
Reading Guide 7
Due 4/3/20
Reading
DuBois, W. E. B. (1899). A final word. In The Philadelphia Negro: A social study (pp. 385–397). New York, NY: Schocken Books. [Ch. 18]
Questions
As you read through this chapter, pull out three or four sentences or fragments that are as notable for their phrasing as for their content. Describe what resonated with you in each of these cases.
DuBois titles the main section of this chapter “The Meaning of All This.” (p. 385): What is the meaning of all this?
“The Duty of Whites” (p. 394): Contrast the ideas in this section with how these responsibilities are characterized today.
Reading
Noguera, P. A. (2018). How (and when) researchers should speak truth to power: Four guidelines for academics who want to participate in heated education debates. Education Week, 37(17), 26.
Questions
Choose one of Noguera’s guidelines that you (mostly) adhere to and provide an example of where you applied it.
Choose one of Noguera’s guidelines that you aspire to and provide an example of where you would like to apply it.
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