Journal of Intercultural Disciplines

Articles from Vol. 13, Fall

A Model That Works: An Hbcu Preparing Teachers to Educate Diverse Students
HBCUs have historically graduated a large percentage of the nation's African American teachers and have been credited with the capacity for preparing highly effective educators (thinkhbcu.org, 2007-2010). There has been little discussion, though, about...
Assessment as Part of the Instructional Process When Integrating Indian Education in Content Specific Lessons
Training novice or veteran teachers to meet demands is a continual challenge for those working and teaching in states where there are laws regarding the implementation of Indian education during the instructional process of developing and teaching content...
Criminalization of Undocumented Workers and Labor: Increasing Fear and Exploit Ability within the Latino Community1
I think, the way we treat immigrants is a national disgrace and I'm ashamed of what we do. I think anybody who's here in the United States, legal or illegal, is entitled to the full protection of the law and they're not getting that.Robert Morgenthau,...
Identifying Obstacles to Real Justice: An Ethical Critique of Race-Based Jury Nullification
I hope that there are enough of us out there, fed up with prison as the answer to black desperation and white supremacy, to cause retrial after retrial, until, finally, the United States "retries" its idea of justice.Paul ButlerSince 1995, there have...
Letter from the Editor
Dear Readers:There is something about the game of baseball that makes me smile. Simply walking into a stadium thrills me. Relatively dark entry tunnels open to a field of glorious green grass with crisp white lines accenting the diamond. Aromas of popcorn,...
Malcolm X and Christianity: Engaging the Criticisms and Moving towards an African-Centred Christianity That Can Advance Pan-Africanism in the 21st Century
Enslaving religion is a common theme in the curricula of most Black Studies programs. In particular, Christianity is often criticised for its role in the exploitation and domination of Africans and Afro-descended people throughout the world. From the...
Stigmatization of Mexican Immigrants: The Pervasive Nature of Negative Perception
Immigration from Mexico and Latin America currently is a topic of considerable political and social debate, often fueled by distorted public perception about crime, terrorism, drug trafficking, and other offenses allegedly committed by immigrants. Recurrent...
Trinidad Rojo: Unsung Intellectual and the New Western History
Since the publication of Patricia Limerick's seminal The Legacy of Conquest in 1987 and subsequent works, there has been a reexamination of the historiography of the American West (Limerick, 1987). In particular, Limerick's New Western History rejected...
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