This concluding article builds on the ideas developed throughout this special issue by providing a wide range of resources to enrich arts-based work within the field of literacy development with families and communities of emergent bilinguals. We include a bank of resources that may serve as the beginning of an archive. Coming from three different fields, with varying professional experiences, the sources we find helpful intersect and diverge. To honor this range of possibilities, we have taken an expansive approach that includes poets, visual and performing artists, arts and cultural organizations, literary associations, language learning standards and anti-bias and critical pedagogy sources. While expansive in content, this list is limited, based on sources that have inspired and shaped our work. We invite you to explore it, edit it, add to it, develop your own and share it.
Poey, Vivian Maria; Berriz, Berta Rosa; and Wager, Amanda Claudia
"Diverse Experiences and Complex Identities: A Resource Archive of Artists’ and Educators’ Works,"
Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism, and Practice: Vol. 9
, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lesley.edu/jppp/vol9/iss1/15
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