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LAWRENCE (TORRY) WINN

Publications

Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

Christens, B.D., Winn, L.T. & Duke, A. M. (2015). Empowerment and Critical

Consciousness: A Conceptual Cross-Fertilization.  Adolescent Research Review.

Winn, L. T. & Winn, M. T. (2015).  Expectations and realities: Education, the discipline gap, and the experiences of Black families migrating to small cities.  Race and Social Problems Special Issue on Education

Book Chapters (peer-reviewed)

Winn, L.T. & Winn, M. T. (2015). “There’s nothing for us here”: Black families navigating the school/prison nexus 60 years after Brown.  (p. 245-266). In P. Noguera, J. Pierce & R. Ahram’s (Eds.).  The unfulfilled promise of racial equality in education: Current realities and future prospects.  New York: Springer.

Winn, L.T. & Winn, M. T. (Forthcoming).  “We want this to be owned by you:” The promise and perils of Youth Participatory Action Research. In S. Greene’s (Eds.).Youth Voices, Public Spaces, and Civic Engagement. New York and London: Rutledge. Read the chapter here.

Reports

Nelson, E., & Winn, L.T., (2013). Race to Equity: A Baseline Report on the state of racial disparities in Dane County.  Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Madison, WI. (Funded by Annie E. Casey Foundation)

Papers Presented

Conference Presentations (peer reviewed)

Winn, L. T. (2016).  Black Youth Re-Searching and Re-Acting to Racial Disparities.  A paper to be presented at the 6th International Conference on Community Psychology. 

Winn, L.T. & Winn, M. T. (2015, February).  Reading race and the new Black migration.  A paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assemble for Research.  New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Conference Presentations (Invited)

Winn, L. T.,  & Winn, M. T., 2014. Expectations and realities: Education, the discipline gap, and the experiences of Black families migrating to small cities.  A paper presented at New York University’s Brown: 60 and Beyond Conference. New York, NY.

Institutional Presentations (Invited)

Winn, L.T., & Nelson, E. (2015). Reframing the Discourse on Racial and Economic Disparities in Student Achievement. The Annual Educational Policy Studies Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Winn, L.T.  (2015). Cities and Youth Using Research and Data to Implement Change. Cities United Annual Conference.  Philadelphia, PA.

Winn, L. T., (2014). Social Capital: Organizing Residents for Community Change. Edgewood College. Madison, WI.

Winn, L,T. (2014). The Role of Philanthropic Foundations in Faith-Based Initiatives. Grant makers for Children, Youth, and Families Annual Conference. Detroit, MI.

Winn, L.T.  (2014). Opportunities, Gaps, and Disparities and the Role of the University.  UW-Madison’s Racial Disparities and Opportunities Gap Committee. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Madison, WI.

Winn, L.T. & Nelson, E. (2014). Race to Equity: A Baseline Report on the State of Racial Disparities in Dane County. University of Wisconsin, Madison Department of Family Medicine. Madison, WI.

Winn, L. T.& Nelson, E. (2013). Race to Equity: A Baseline Report on the State of Racial Disparities in Dane County.  Race to Equity and the YWCA Racial Justice Summit. Madison, WI.

Winn, L. T. & Nelson, E. (2013).  Educational Disparities: Juvenile-In-Justice. Co-presented with Richard Ross. University of Wisconsin, Madison School of Education. Madison, WI.

Winn, L.T. & Nelson, E. (2013). Race to Equity: A Baseline Report on the State of Racial Disparities in Dane County. City of Madison’s Neighborhood Resource Teams. Madison, WI.

Winn, L.T. & Nelson, E. (2013). Racial Disparities Findings in Dance County.  Annie E. Casey Foundation. Baltimore, MD.

Winn, L. T. (2012). Race, Education, and Dr. King’s Dream. The 14thAnnual MLK Celebration.  Middlebury College. Middlebury, VT.

Winn, L, T. (2011). Academic Achievement and Higher Education.Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Winn, L. T. (2010). The Sports Philanthropy Playbook: Strategic Giving for Community Change. The Council on Foundations Conference. Denver, CO.

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