Interest in institutional racism, White privilege, and microaggressions appears to be growing. We are living in times when the impact of race and racism are debated—when even the existence of racism is debated along with the appropriateness of examining the worst parts of U.S. history. This special-issue invited article includes a brief examination of historical information and current context in which racism and microaggressions exist, leading to their connections to Color-Blind Racial Attitudes (CoBRAs). Reviewed research on CoBRAs addresses teacher training, educational practices, experiences on college campuses, and organizational management.
Edwards, Jared F.
"Color-blind racial attitudes: Microaggressions in the context of racism and White privilege,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 7:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/aij/vol7/iss1/2
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