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Mecenas, Jolivette, and Jeffery Paul Chan. “A Career of Acting ‘Ill-Mannered’: An Interview with Jeffery Paul Chan on Reviewing Textbooks for NCTE and Teaching Ethnic Studies (Because It Is Good for People).” Listening to Our Elders: Working and Writing for Change, edited by Samantha Blackmon et al., by Timothy Dougherty et al., University Press of Colorado, 2011, pp. 28–44, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt4cgpv9.6. Accessed 14 Aug. 2020.
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Mecenas, J., & Chan, J. (2011). A Career of Acting “Ill-Mannered”: An Interview with Jeffery Paul Chan on Reviewing Textbooks for NCTE and Teaching Ethnic Studies (Because it is Good for People). In Dougherty T., Gonzales-Howell N., Sawyer L., Kuebrich B., Lewis J., Navickas K., et al. (Authors) & Blackmon S., Kirklighter C., & Parks S. (Eds.), Listening to Our Elders: Working and Writing for Change (pp. 28-44). University Press of Colorado. Retrieved August 14, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt4cgpv9.6
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Mecenas, Jolivette, and Jeffery Paul Chan. "A Career of Acting “Ill-Mannered”: An Interview with Jeffery Paul Chan on Reviewing Textbooks for NCTE and Teaching Ethnic Studies (Because It Is Good for People)." In Listening to Our Elders: Working and Writing for Change, edited by Blackmon Samantha, Kirklighter Cristina, and Parks Steve, by Dougherty Timothy, Gonzales-Howell Nicole, Sawyer LaToya, Kuebrich Ben, Lewis Justin, Navickas Kate, Sano-Francini Jennifer, and Watson Missy, 28-44. University Press of Colorado, 2011. Accessed August 14, 2020. www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt4cgpv9.6.

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