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Racism in the Academy

The volume is a model for looking at the complexity of racism in the academy and in the profession.

–Distinguished Professor and Chair Thomas C. Patterson

Racism in the Academy

The AAA Commission on Race and Racism in Anthropology is pleased to announce publication of additional findings, Racism in the Academy: the new millennium.

The volume is freely available to all online. Its editors, commission members Audrey Smedley and Janis Faye Hutchinson, bring the anthropological lens to the academy, to more fully describe the lived experiences of racism (and sometimes sexism) in colleges and universities. We hope minorities–and majorities–will read the text and work towards the elimination of microaggressions, and strive for the transformation of the academy.

To quote Professor Patterson once more:

This is a valuable collection of finely written, thought-provoking articles that can be used in classes from the introductory to the graduate level.

3 Responses

  1. Africa for the Africans,Asia for the Asians,white countries for EVERYBODY!

    Genocide is genocide,it makes no difference if it is accomplished by bullets and mustard gas,or mass immigration and social engineering.

    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-white.

  2. wow, Tom, you are pretty racist….Really?!?

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