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Mirrors & Windows

July 14, 2016

This article examines the need to increase teachers of color in, both urban and suburban, K-12 public schools. First the author examines the historical shift from a large percentage of teachers of color (pre-Brown vs. The Board of Education) to the current trend of an ever decreaseing number of African American teachers. The article discusses the various benefits to both communities in increasing the number of teachers of color, but also the complexities associated with the recruitment and hiring of teachers of color. Additionally the article highlights various difficulties to the retainment of teachers of color.


"Mean Girl/Boy" Behavior At College Campus Gains Supporters

Are Recent Letters Supporting Statements Made By Erika Christakis Deeming Culturally Insensitive Behavior Of Current Students At Yale's Silliman College As A Passing Phase or Kids Just Being Kids A Failure To Acknowledge The Existence Of Overt/Covert Racism And Truely Evidence Of White Privilege.



Day Care vs. Caring

November 30, 2015

Oklahoma University President Believes That Current Protests Over Covert And Overt Racism Is the Direct Result Of Narsasstic And Self-Absorbed College Aged Students Need to Have Their Hands Held And Feelings Recognized. President Piper Boldly States That Oklahoma University Is Not "Day Care' And Students Who Need That Should Seek A Different Institution Of Higher Learning.



Racism Is It Better Or Worse?

November 25, 2015

Kaiser Family Foundation Poll Reveals That Americans Today View Racism As A Greater Problem Today Than They Did Four Years Ago, Inspite of The Election And Re-Election Of An African American President. Has Their Really Been An Increase In Racism And Racist Behavior Or Is It Just A Result Of Greater Senisitivity And Less Tolerance To Micro Aggressive Behavior.



I Didn't Mean To Hurt Anyone--Covert Racism Denied

November 21, 2015

After Many Protests Prompted By Students of Color Experiences of Racism and Racial Micro Aggression At College Campuses Around The Nation, Kansas University Professor Uses the N-Word In A Class Discussion 



Re-Writing Our Past?

January 08, 2020

Should We Re-Examine Tributes To Our Nations Idols And Heroes Who Promoted Ideals And Beliefs We Disagree With Or Find Offensive? Student Activists At Princeton University Say 'Yes' And Are Demanding Woodrow Wilson To Be Erased From The Campus.



Dissent To Current College Campus Activism

December 22, 2019

Not All Students Are Embracing The Actions Of Or The Changes Brought About By Activitist On College Campus Around The Nation.



Black Faculty Critical Mass and Black Student Satisfaction

November 17, 2015

Students at The University of Missouri are Demanding That the University Put Forth A Concerted Effort To Hire More Diverse Organizational Members. By Doing So Students Hope For A Change in Campus Climate.


Black Students Reflect on Experiences Of Racism On College Campuses

November 17, 2015

Black Students at NYU Gather to Share Their Experiences of Racism and MicroAggression and Propose Solutions For Increasing Inclusiveness. 

United We Stand--Against Racism & Racial MicroAggression

November 15, 2015

How Racism and Racial MicroAggressions Has Resulted In Student Unity


Racial MicroAggression and Campus Climate

November 12, 2015

Black Students Around the Nation Discuss Experiences of Racial MicroAggression On Their College Campuses 


Where Cultural ‘fit’ and Micro Aggression Meet

November 13, 2015

Claremont McKenna Dean Fired for Telling Students That They Don't Fit Their College's 'Mold'.


What Is the Cost of Microaggressive Behavior

July 01, 2014

The Real Cost of Racism--How Microaggression Affects Both the Individual Experiencing the Microaggrssion and the Individual Responsible for Committing the Microagression


Microaggressions: Be Careful What You Say

April 03, 2014

Dr. Derald Wang Sue Defines Microaggression and Describes Its' Affect on Individuals


Is Cultural 'Fit' a Type of Racism?

April 28, 2011

How Companies Use Of Cultural 'Fit' Results In A Decrease In Workplace Diversity

Job Satisfaction of African American Teachers: Racial Micro-Aggression and Embedded Intergroup Relationship Theory

May 15, 2015

Doctoral dissertation examining the presence of microaggression within K-12 schools and its impact on African American teachers level of job satisfaction/dissatisfaction.

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