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COLLEGE WIDE MEETING FEATURED ARTICLES
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Harper, S. R. (2013). Am I my brother’s teacher? Black undergraduates, peer pedagogies, and racial socialization in predominantly white postsecondary contexts. Review of Research in Education, 37(1), 183-211. doi:10.3102/0091732X12471300.
"Much has been written over the past five decades about the experiences of Black students on predominantly White college and university campuses. Willie and Cunnigen (1981) synthesized 130 studies published between 1965 and 1980, many focused on students’ confrontations with exclusion, racism, racial stereotypes, and
toxic campus racial climates."
Harper, S. R., & Davis III, C. F. (2016). Eight actions to reduce racism in college classrooms. Academe, 102(6), 30-34. Retrieved from https://www.aaup.org/academe.
FROM ABSTRACT: The article offers information about the eight actions to reduce racism in college classrooms. It is important for faculty members to understand that students are protesting racism. It is essential that professors recognize how often unknowingly and inadvertently they do racist things to students of color in the classroom. Student uprisings were as much a response to negative experiences with their peers and administrators.