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It Changed How I Perceived Myself: Using Black Student Experiences to Frame Critical Care Leadership

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This study advances the idea of critical care leadership. This study assesses critical care leadership through the integration of critical race theory, Black feminist thought and womanism, academic optimism, and culturally responsive school leadership. This study employs a qualitative approach with a narrative design to re-story themes of critical care leadership. Findings indicate four components and four themes that support critical care leadership. With themes and components, we provide student voices through re-stories of critical care leaders and non-critical care leaders. These findings indicate possibilities for integrating care into leadership practices.