REVITALIZANDO O SIGNIFICADO DA DIVERSIDADE POR JUSTIÇA RACIAL NA EDUCAÇÃO

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O concepto da diversidade mina o verdadeiro espírito de qualquer política de ação afirmativa, que é remediar o racismo da sociedade e promover a justiça racial e igualdade. Isto porque “diversidade” diferentemente de justiça racial pode significa qualquer diferença humana não relacionada à desigualdade social. Infundindo a noção de “diversidade” com as descobertas da investigação de preconceito implícito significaria considerando a meta de “diversidade” como um dispositivo para fazer os procedimentos de admissão mais justa e justificada em meio ao preconceito implícito contínuo que pode ser realmente medido. Além disso, conectando a meta a diversidade como um dispositivo para tratar processualmente preconceito implícito nas decisões e padrões de admissão também reposicionando a ação afirmativa como um projeto de justiça racial.

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REVITALIZANDO O SIGNIFICADO DA DIVERSIDADE POR JUSTIÇA RACIAL NA EDUCAÇÃO. Revista da Faculdade de Educação, [S. l.], v. 31, n. 1, p. 13–33, 2019. DOI: 10.30681/2178-7476.2019.31.1333. Disponível em: https://periodicos.unemat.br/index.php/ppgedu/article/view/3850.. Acesso em: 20 jul. 2024.