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Being White, Being Good: White Complicity, White Moral Responsibility, and Social Justice Pedagogy
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What could it mean for white people 'to be good' when they can reproduce and maintain racist system even when, and especially when, they believe themselves to be good? In order to answer this question, Barbara Applebaum advocates a shift in our understanding of the subject, of language, and of moral responsibility. Based on these shifts a new notion of moral responsibility is articulated that is not focused on guilt and that can help white students understand and acknowledge their white complicity.
Being White, Being Good introduces an approach to social justice pedagogy called 'white complicity pedagogy. White students who acknowledge their complicity have an increased potential to develop alliance identities and to engage in genuine cross-racial dialogue.
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White complicity pedagogy promises to facilitate the type of listening on the part of white students so that they come open and willing to learn, and 'not just to say no. It is a central claim of the book that acknowledging complicity encourages a willingness to listen to, rather than dismiss, the struggles and experiences of the systemically marginalized. Ch02 White Ignorance and Denials of Complicity. Ch03 The Subject of White Complicity.