- Ramirez, Janette, Sauvage, Rachel, Aquino, Gabriel, Ruiz, Marisol, and Torres Martinez, Maria
- This case study took place in a diverse school setting. We implemented critical multicultural literature to 3rd and 4th graders. Our question is: How do students respond to critical multicultural pedagogy and literature? We used dialogue journals, literature circles, critical dialogue, and art to build community and raise consciousness. We found that the single story approach is prevalent in schools and that multiple stories have fostered an understanding and empathy towards the diversity of struggles people face in this world. In conclusion, critical multicultural literature helps build community and empower students to be able to make changes in their community.
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- Critical Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Education, and Liberal Studies Elementary Education