Posts tagged: Microaggressions - Diverse


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Dr. Teysha Bowser Challenges Students to Examine Their Behaviors and Assumptions

by | April 5, 2021 "So, what are you?" "Can I touch your hair?" "You’re not like other Black people." It’s the Read more

Racelighting: Three Common Strategies Racelighters Use

by J. Luke Wood & Frank Harris III | March 30, 2021
Racelighting sits at the nexus of racial microaggressions and racial battle fatigue. [...] Read more

Webinar Focuses on Mental Health Impact of Gendered Racism

by | March 23, 2021
The Steve Fund webinar, “Healing for Young Women of Color: How to Survive and Thrive in the F [...] Read more

International Students Elevate Higher Education

by Mounia Mnouer | October 23, 2020
As an international scholar and a woman of color who worked in a higher education context and i [...] Read more

Air Force Takes Steps to Establish a More Inclusive Environment

by | September 11, 2020
To establish a more inclusive environment within the United States Air Force, the “Seek to Un [...] Read more

Creating Antiracist Spaces Where Black Students Can Breathe and Thrive

by Traci Dennis | August 17, 2020
In order to succeed and thrive, Black students need vocal and committed antiracist educators wh [...] Read more

How to Respond to Racial Microaggressions When They Occur

by J. Luke Wood & Frank Harris III | May 5, 2020
Over the last decade, there has been a significant rise in awareness among educators and the pu [...] Read more

Thankful to the Brotherhood

by | January 31, 2020
As a Ph.D. candidate expecting to graduate this semester, I have found myself constantly reflec [...] Read more

Study on Black Youth and Racism Should Alarm Us All and Push Us to Action

by Donna Y. Ford | January 2, 2020
On the last day of 2019, I had to purge and get my thoughts out by writing on what is the most [...] Read more

Diversifying the Academy the Right Way

by | October 22, 2019
NYU Steinhardt’s Faculty First-Look Program is a program that brings together graduate studen [...] Read more

Pain. Hurt. Betrayal.

by Claudia García-Louis | April 17, 2019
Pain. Hurt. Betrayal. How do these three little words burrow their way into our minds, body and [...] Read more

Moving from Ally to Accomplice: How Far Are You Willing to Go to Disrupt Racism in the Workplace?

by Kimberly Harden & Tai Harden-Moore | March 4, 2019
Regardless of your profession, we have all been there – having a conversation with a White co [...] Read more

Changing the Culture: University, Faculty and Graduate Student Responsibility to Prioritize Student Mental Health

by Ulyssa Hester & Levon T. Esters | November 5, 2018
Mental health is important for success in higher education, yet many graduate students struggle [...] Read more

The Opportunity of Being First-Gen

by | July 31, 2018
There is something about using my personal story as a first-generation college student to encou [...] Read more

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
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