Banks Center for Educational Justice

Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies Book Series

The Banks Center is proud to partner with Teachers College Press to curate the Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies Book Series.

Series Editor: Django Paris, University of Washington

Advisory Board: H. Samy Alim, Maggie Beneke, Jeremy Garcia, Gloria Ladson-Billings, Tiffany Lee, Danny Martinez, Teresa McCarty, Timothy San Pedro, Valerie Shirley

The overarching purpose of the Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies Series (CSP Series) is to offer preparing and practicing educators, graduate students, and scholars with a comprehensive series of books dedicated to educational settings engaged in sustaining Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian and Pacific Islander young people, families, and communities as these memberships necessarily intersect with gender and sexuality, disability, migration, language, land, class and more. The CSP Series is defined by its coherent focus on the strengths and wisdom of young people, families, elders, communities and educators who use education—in Pre-K through college classrooms, across content areas, in community organizations, and in peer and family settings—as a tool of positive social transformation and revitalization.

For more information and to submit a proposal, please go here

The first books in the CSP Series are in the world!

Protecting the Promise: Indigenous Education Between Mothers and Their Children
by Timothy San Pedro

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Asking a Different Question
by Gloria Ladson-Billings

Native Presence and Sovereignty in College: Sustaining Indigenous Weapons to Defeat Systemic Monsters
by Amanda Tachine

Culturally Sustaining Language and Literacy Practices for Pre-K–3 Classrooms by Kindel Turner Nash, Alicia Arce-Boardman, Roderick D. Peele, Kerry Elson

Storying Son Jarocho Fandango: A Culturally Decolonizing Pedagogy in Ethnic Studies by Cueponcaxochitl D. Moreno Sandoval, Lirio Patton, Julissa Ruiz Ramirez, Gregorio G. Rocha-Tabera, Jennifer Campos Lopez