Microaggressions, like germs, are often so hard to see that some people find it easy to minimize their harm. However, we all know — just because you can’t see a germ, doesn’t mean it isn’t there or that it can’t hurt anything. Educate yourself and others on the implications of microaggressions. They really exist — and we need to see them, avoid them, and call them out.
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What is a microaggression?
- Acts of microaggression
- Columbia Prof discusses Implications of Microaggression
- Understanding Microaggressions and Effective Strategies
- Race & Race Theory – Howard Winant
- Racial Microaggressions in Everyday Life – Derald Wing Sue
- Microaggressions in Everyday Life
- Under the Skin: Using Theories From Biology and the Social Sciences to Explore the Mechanisms Behind the Black–White Health Gap
- Unmasking subtle heterosexism: Microaggressions and microvalidations in everyday life
Microagressions in the News
- Study finds Asian-Americans often feel racial ‘microaggressions’
- Study: Anti-Gay ‘Microaggressions’ Impact Health Of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals
- Themed party sparks anger, discussion
- UCSB Graffiti Targets Undocumented Students
- What’s Next for Civil Rights?
- Cleveland: A City Sustained by Racial Microaggressions
- Sociologist kicks off CSCRE Discussion Series with Color-Blind Theory
- Paula Deen, Microaggressions, and Why the N-Word Isn’t Even the Major Issue