Throughout the text, Capper explores critically oriented epistemologies such as Critical Race Theory; LatCrit, Asian, TribalCrit, and Black Crit; Disability Studies theories; feminist theories; Queer Theory, and theories of intersectionality. In each chapter she presents teaching suggestions and discussion questions to use within the classroom as well as discussion questions aimed to help aspiring leaders critically analyze their leadership strengths and limitations in order to integrate these epistemologies into practice. This review examines the suggestions for creating a learning environment that honors the diversities and strengths students bring to the classroom.
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