Racial Microaggressions: The Narratives of African American Faculty at a Predominantly White University (2012)

“What role does race play in the lives of fourteen African American (7 women, 7 men) faculty on a predominantly White campus? This case study focuses on their narratives which revealed that racial microaggressions were a common and negative facet of their lives on campus. Specifically, their narratives suggest interactions of microinvalidations with White colleagues and microinsults with White students.”

Chavella T. Pittman. (2012). Racial Microaggressions: The Narratives of African American Faculty at a Predominantly White University. The Journal of Negro Education, 81(1), 82. https://doi.org/10.7709/jnegroeducation.81.1.0082

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