Faculty Women of Color should be able to thrive and grow at our best research and teaching institutions. Assuring their academic and professional success requires that an institution’s academic culture shift from a White, male-dominated, meritocratic environment to a global enrichment campus, one that values the richness and diversity of talent that Faculty Women of Color can contribute as scholars. Using CRT and Institutional Betrayal Theory as a context for understanding their experiences, this paper presents a personal narrative regarding the micro-invalidations that Faculty Women of Color face at America’s White research institutions. The outcome of this discussion offers systemic recommendations for eradicating institutional betrayal elements that plague Faculty Women of Color on a daily basis.
"A faculty Woman of Color and micro-invalidations at a White research institution: A case of intersectionality and institutional betrayal,"
Administrative Issues Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 4.
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