In this article, the authors (re)visit Solorzano and Delgado Bernal's (2001) Urban Education article, “Examining Transformational Resistance Through a Critical Race and LatCrit Theory Framework: Chicana and Chicano Students in an Urban Context,” to discuss transformational resistance in conversation with other works on youth resistance to (re)visit and (re)imagine student oppositional behaviors. Next, empirical examples offer theoretical and pedagogical contributions (ruptures) for nurturing all forms of resistance towards transformation. By disrupting punitive interpretations and responses that are imbued with racist and oppressive ideologies, we honor the potential for transformational resistance embedded in the “unrespectable” oppositional behaviors of Students of Color.
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- chicana feminist epistemology
- critical race theory
- culturally sustaining pedagogy
- transformational resistance
- urban education
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Urban Studies