Paper Title

Still Lifting, Still Climbing: Black and Brown Women’s Continued Struggle at Predominantly White Institutions

Location

Room 214, West Center

Start Date

April 2016

End Date

April 2016

Keywords

postracial, inclusivity, intersectionality, progress

Abstract

This presentation interrogates the progress of inclusivity and intersectionality at Predominantly White Institutions over the course of 30 years from the perspective of a current faculty member who reflects on her college experiences, and three current students--two undergraduates and one graduate--who share their struggles and experiences as Black and Brown women still continue to lift as they climb.

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Still Lifting, Still Climbing: Black and Brown Women’s Continued Struggle at Predominantly White Institutions

Room 214, West Center

This presentation interrogates the progress of inclusivity and intersectionality at Predominantly White Institutions over the course of 30 years from the perspective of a current faculty member who reflects on her college experiences, and three current students--two undergraduates and one graduate--who share their struggles and experiences as Black and Brown women still continue to lift as they climb.