Toni S. Walters


This selected bibliography is for professionals who are seeking information to enhance and support multicultural/multiethnic diversity initiatives. It is especially for those who read to stretch to refine their information base for making a humanistic difference in the world they live and influence. The categorical headings for the annotated listing are: identity orientations, multicultural/multiethnic orientations, historical perspectives your history classes might have omitted, diversifying literature orientations, literary analysis, language orientations, and research views on education.

Author Bio

Dr. Toni Walters is an associate professor in the Department of Reading and Language Arts at Oakland University in Rochester, MI. She chairs the Multicultural Literacy Committee of the MRA.


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