Campus Climate and Coalition Building for Faculty of Color (2016)

“It is common practice for colleges and universities to tout the diversity of their faculty, staff, and students in marketing materials and mission statements, but one must look beyond the shiny veneer of websites and brochures to understand the daily challenges faculty of color face in academia. In 2000, people of color comprised only 12.9% of full-time faculty (Diggs, Garrison-Wade, Estrada, & Galindo, 2009)… Although the Vargas (2002) text focuses specifically on women faculty of color and the Stanley (2006) text on both male and female faculty of color, there are two main themes that surfaced time and time again: the impact of campus climate on faculty of color and the impact of coalition building, which is critical to the success of faculty of color.”

Carlos, S. H. (2016). Campus Climate and Coalition Building for Faculty of Color. In Listening to the Voices: Multi-ethnic Women in Education (pp. 69–78). https://repository.usfca.edu/listening_to_the_voices/6/

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