Sara Youcha Goldrick-Rab is Professor of Higher Education Policy and Sociology at Temple University. A sociologist of higher education, Goldrick-Rab's research focuses on policies that aim to reduce socioeconomic and racial inequalities.
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The Caring Solidarity framework is both descriptive and aspirational. It is an attempt to empower White teachers to do the work of interrogating their racial privilege and join in Caring Solidarity with their African American students. The framework can be used to describe teachers who are working in Caring Solidarity with their students and to dev...
...”Picking up this book and considering its contents is either an act of defiance or one of devotion.” For me, it’s about interrogating my whiteness & figuring out what “caring solidarity” with #RealCollege students really looks like. – source
Sara Goldrick-RabSep 20, 2020
I’m reading Mary Trump’s book. As the granddaughter of a psychoanalyst, it’s actually fascinating. She identifies the West Wing as essentially a “total institution” in sociological parlance- a great observation. Trump is institutionalized, and not for the first time. – source
Sara Goldrick-RabJul 19, 2020
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@reneewauthor I can’t say enough about HOW GOOD your book is. It makes me smile every time I read another chapter with my daughter. – source
Sara Goldrick-RabJul 09, 2020
@Jess_Bartholow It’s way beyond college. There is a massive philanthropic investment and lots of nonprofit work in addressing financial insecurity broadly. Check out CFSI and the Financial Diaries (great book) for two examples. – source
Sara Goldrick-RabAug 24, 2018