Le parole sono importanti. Disvelare le pratiche discorsive razzializzanti per educare alla giustizia sociale
Fomenting (and performing) social hate speech is an ancient phenomenon, which has reached, in the last few years, more aggressive, less concealed and less softened level.This is mainly evident
on the social media: what about the institutional vocabulary in this new scenario? And what about the vocabulary of educators - who are responsible for (par excellence) pedagogical asset- taking into account that they are involved in the processes of reception-integration and inclusion of the vulnerable?
If it is true that “the limits of my language means the limits of my world” [Wittgenstein 1986, p.43], with what words does the Italian socio-educational system “names” the things and persons involved in the care relationship? The essay explores racializing discursive practices that emerged in the research (Bianchi, 2019) on the socio-educational and educational reception of Unaccompanied and separated children (Uasc) in Italy.