Most empirical contributions on children and race, and the theories derived from this body of work, have focused on American or Canadian children. Some scholars have begun to explore children’s attitudes about race in international contexts, but few have investigated racial identity and attitudes among African Caribbean children in the English-speaking Caribbean context. In this article, we first review international scholarship on children and race, as well as research involving Caribbean children and race. Next, we use an anti-colonial perspective to explore specific pedagogical strategies that can support positive racial identities among young African Caribbean children in the region.
Escayg, Kerry-Ann and Kinkead-clark, Zoyah
"Promoting A Positive Racial Identity in Young African Caribbean Children: An Anti-colonial Approach,"
Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education: Vol. 4
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/ctlle/vol4/iss2/4