Posts tagged: Microaggressions - Diverse

Sisters, Other-Mothers and Aunties: The Importance of Informal Mentors for Black Women Graduate Students at Predominantly White Institutions

by Torrie A. Cropps & Levon T. Esters | July 10, 2018 Mentoring is paramount to the success of Black women pursuing graduate degrees. Unfortunately, Read more

The Guilt of Not Responding to Microaggressions

by | June 14, 2018
Having navigated institutions where I was one of very few Latinos, I have become hyper-aware of [...] Read more

Predominantly White Institutions, Black Women Grad Students and a Sense of Belonging

by Torrie A. Cropps | May 1, 2018
While predominantly White institutions should make deliberate efforts to address issues of a la [...] Read more

Lessons From Starbucks’ Imperfect Response to Systemic Racism

by Chayla Haynes Davison and Lori Patton Davis | April 22, 2018
During our recent time at the American Educational Research Association Conference in New York [...] Read more

“You Don’t Look Like a Professor”

by | March 29, 2018
Routinely experiencing gendered-raced microaggressions in institutions of higher education is n [...] Read more

San Diego Community College District Models Support for Men of Color

by | March 14, 2018
San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) has strategically increased its support of Hispani [...] Read more

NADOHE Meeting Focuses on Best Practices for Diversity, Inclusion

by | March 8, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Diversity practitioners from schools across the country have gathered this [...] Read more

How I Respond to Culturally Offensive Remarks

by | February 7, 2018
Anyone who knows me personally knows that I try my best to avoid conflict. I am not confrontati [...] Read more

We’re Always Athletes: Microaggressions of Black Males Navigating Academia

by Adriel A. Hilton and Donald Mitchell, Jr. | January 25, 2017
The assumption often is that Black males within higher education contexts are athletes or relat [...] Read more