Scholarly Sources

Affects of Microaggressions on the Behavior of Undocumented Immigrants

Association for Psychological Science special issue on microaggressions

“Am I overreacting?” Understanding and Combating Microaggressions

Hill Collins, P., & Bilge, S. (2016). Intersectionality. John Wiley & Sons.

Insensitive or Racist?

Language Matters: Considering Microaggressions in Science

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Lorde, A. (2012). Sister outsider: Essays and speeches. Crossing Press.

Martin, J. N., & Nakayama, T. K. (2010). Intercultural communication in contexts. New York: McGraw Hill.

Michigan State University’s Making Microaggressions Visible is Key to Addressing the Impacts

Microaggressions at the University of Mississippi

National Association of Scholars’s The Pseudo-Science of Microaggressions

Putting Microaggressions under the Microscope: Examining the Short-Term Effects of Microaggressions in a College Classroom

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Under the Cortex: Microaggressions: What We Know and Should Know – Association for Psychological Science – APS