Special Issue on “Black Lives Matter: Scholars’ Perspectives”
Black lives matter is not just a slogan. It is a movement to establish Black people’s equal rights as they are oppressed and dominated by the financially and politically advantaged groups. Systematic racism is the root cause of these discriminations. People across the globe are now on the streets supporting the movement to eliminate discrimination. We can see people from different racial groups, ages, nationalities, and ethnicities express solidarity to this movement. However, only protesting on the streets is not enough to serve the purpose. People need to be informed about it. So, for eliminating social injustice and inequality, knowledge is the most powerful weapon. As educators and scholars, we have an obligation to produce knowledge to enhance people’s understanding of equality and social justice. On this backdrop, this special issue is looking for the contribution from scholars and researchers.
Aim and Scope
This special issue invites essays (1500-3000 words), research articles (about 8000 words), reviews (1500-2000 words), and narratives (2500-4000 words) from experts across the globe on the following topics.
- Structural racism and our responsibilities.
- Stereotypical threat and the Black people.
- Challenging the colorblind ideology in school and workplace.
- Contribution of schools in eliminating racism.
- Contribution of the workplace in eliminating racism.
- Let’s make a new world.
Interested contributors are requested to submit their manuscripts following the guidelines below. All submitted manuscripts will go under the double-blind peer-review process.
- Follow JUMP’s guidelines.
- Submit under the section “Black Lives Matter.”
- Manuscript submission deadline: November 20, 2020.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the issue coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org.