Civil Rights Childhood
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Indeed, there is great power and real potential in Racial Innocence. Among the many and varied contributions, several are particularly noteworthy.
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Dolls, particularly toy representations of Eva, Topsy, Dinah, and Raggedy Ann, invite children to play race: to imagine and project dominating societal assumptions and expectations of race onto other bodies. They encourage children to stage racial encounters through the manipulation of figures who are forced to perform certain tasks, such as serving or being served.
Arguably, the existence of soft and, especially, rubber dolls may have enabled children to play roughly and violently with these toy people and, perhaps, to more readily accept acts of violence that disproportionately target black bodies. The invitation to consider how play engages with race and assumptions of race is hard to resist.
Bernstein continually returns to the liminal position of childhood. Foregoing collection of this vitally important data would deprive policymakers and other stakeholders of information that is required to ensure all families, particularly those most in need, have access to high-quality early childhood education ECE.
Furthermore, the data collections OCR proposes to retire offer some of the most useful statistics available to gauge equity in ECE. The loss of this data would be substantial for early childhood educators, researchers, advocates and policymakers in their efforts to address inequities in early learning. At the same time, it would put the OCR at a tremendous disadvantage in its efforts to investigate alleged discrimination and violations of federal civil rights laws. Given the scope of these issues and the necessity of this data in monitoring and addressing them, the rationale offered for retiring the data collection does not outweigh the value in continuing to collect it.
FFYF is deeply committed to ensuring all children from birth through age five — especially those from disadvantaged families — get the best possible education and support. The proposed CRDC changes would hinder policymakers who rely on this data to inform the growing federal investment in early learning and will only make it more difficult to monitor significant known issues regarding equity in ECE. Friendship Sympathy Social Change. Conduct and Coffee Tables.
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