In this special issue, we feature a wide array of work on multiple research-based perspectives/methodologies and theories across research and practices with and for communities with the implication to enhance new knowledge around coalitions and solidarity for social and racial justice for education as a more strategic response. Moreover, this special issue provides considerations for how such spaces and efforts should be theorized across research, how they have been implemented, or how they should be practiced. There is an emphasis on solidarities across socio-political, educational, community-led and geographic regions focusing on educational leadership and policy agendas. We hope that that such efforts continue the history and legacy of solidarity and coalition building in educational spaces. Most importantly, we hope that as a community of scholars we continue to find creative ways to theorize, learn, share and advocate for our communities through solidarity and coalitions.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Sociology and Political Science