Race-Ing Moral Formation: African American Perspectives on Care and Justice

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In this volume the editors incorporate the experiences of African Americans into the discourse on moral-development theory and moral education. By citing historical developments from the days of slavery to the present, the authors provide a framework through which one can interpret the way morality has been cultivated amongst Black minorities. Presenting intriguing essays of well-known African American scholars, the editors discuss both the psychology of moral formation among African American children, adolescents, and adults, and the practical implications of this knowledge.

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"With careful scrutiny and loving exactitude, [these authors] have uncovered the moral treasures of a people."
- From the Foreword by Carol Gilligan and Janie Ward

"Race-ing Moral Formation makes an extraordinary contribution. With historical and developmental sensitivity, this exceptional volume provides a rich analysis of race and moral behavior in everyday experience."
- Margaret Beale Spencer, University of Pennsylvania

"Groundbreaking and riveting, this is an essential book for any course on moral development and moral education that seeks to explore a major lacuna in moral psychologyâ "the intersection of race and moral formation."
- Andrew Garrod, Dartmouth College

"I learned a lot from this book. It is a terrific resource for teachers and a significant contribution to the literature on caring and justice."
- Nel Noddings, Stanford University

"A remarkable book."
- Ralph Edwards, coauthor of Black Power/White Power in Public Education!

"As each of us struggle for integrity in a complicated world, Race-ing Moral Formation should prove useful across a range of settings, from family counseling and classroom discussion to international efforts to negotiate peace."
- From the Epilogue by Charles D. Blakeney and Ronnie Frankel Blakeney

About the Author:

Vanessa Siddle Walker is the Winship Distinguished Research Professor in the Division of Educational Studies at Emory University.

John R. Snarey is Professor of Human Development and Ethics in the Candler School of Theology and the Department of Psychology at Emory University.

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