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Bartoli, E. and Michael, A. (2017). Training for Colorblindness: White Racial Socialization. In Whiteness and Education.
Michael, A. and Bartoli, E. (2017). Comprehensive Multicultural Curriculum: Self-Awareness as Process. In Springer Brief: Cultural Safety in Supervision and Training.
Michael, A., Coleman-King, C., Lee, S., Ramirez, C., & Bentley-Edwards, K. L. (2016). Seeing White Culture. In S. D. Hancock & C. A. Warren (Eds.), White Woman’s Work: Examining the Intersectionality of Cultural Norms, Teaching, and Identity Formation in Urban Schools.Information Age Publishing.
Bartoli, E., Bentley-Edwards, K. L., Michael, A., Garcia, A. M., & Ervin, A. (2015). What do White counselors and psychotherapists need to know about race?: White racial socialization in counseling and psychotherapy training programs. Women & Therapy.
What White Children Need to Know about Race
Michael, A. and Bartoli, E. (2014). What White Children Need to Know about Race. In Independent School Magazine. Summer, 2014.
Becoming an Anti-Racist White Ally: How a White affinity group can help Download this article »
Michael, A. and Conger, M. (2009). Becoming an Anti-Racist White Ally: How a white affinity group can help. In Perspectives on Urban Education. Spring, 2009: 56-60.
Figuring “success” in a bilingual high school Download this article
Michael, A., Andrade, N. and Bartlett, L. (2007). Figuring “success” in a bilingual high school. In The Urban Review 39 (2): 167-189.