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Scholars & Practitioners:
Just a few of the many influencers who are teaching us, and spreading the word, about equity in education:
Feminist, queer and race studies
Whiteness, racism, and Latina/o students within institutions of higher education
Kimberle W. Crenshaw
Civil rights, black feminist legal theory, and race, racism, and the law
Lori Patton Davis
African Americans in postsecondary contexts, critical race theory applied to higher education, college student development theory and the influence of campus environments on student experiences
Race, language & bilingual education
20 years of experience helping educators strengthen their equity efforts in classrooms, schools, and districts
The intersection of race, gender, and social class, and how practitioners can design programs and interventions that support students’ multiple identities on college and university campuses
Writer, speaker, musician contending for the anti-racist world that ought to be
Teacher, blogger, and activist
American racism, feminism, family, masculinity, geography, hip-hop, and Southern black life
Gender across postsecondary educational contexts, with a focus on transgender students
Education as a site of social reproduction and a potential site for transformation
Higher education policy analysis, leadership, and advocacy, including college access policies, affirmative action, and Asian Americans
Higher Education & the students who matriculate to them, with a focus on minoritized people, perspectives, and frameworks
The social contexts of higher education, particularly college men and masculinities, LGBT issues, intersectionality, sexual violence, and student leadership development and education
Just a few of the many organizations creating and sharing knowledge about equity in education.
A national research society working to advance knowledge about education, and the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.
A scholarly society with 2,200 members dedicated to the study of higher education.
The professional home for the field of student affairs.
An organization focusing on the study, understanding, and resolution of human conflict, and promoting understanding and cooperation among people of different racial, ethnic, religious, and economic backgrounds.
Allies & Accomplices
Class & Neoliberalism
Gender & Sexuality
Learning & Organizational Development
Socially Constructed Identities