The experience of a woman faculty of color (WFOC) teaching in a traditionally homogenous, rural American community college reveals the presence of racialized attitudes among students, educators, and administrators. Individuals’ orientation to White Identity is revealed in the encounters of a culturally diverse professor and American colleagues working in her institution. In the absence of meaningful reflection, Caucasian American students and faculty – themselves participants in the lives of local communities – reproduce institutional discrimination.
Keywords: academic freedom, discrimination, prejudice, social dominance theory, White Identity development
Stordahl, Marian and Han, Keonghee T.
"Reflection on a Narrative by Faculty of Color,"
The William & Mary Educational Review: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wm.edu/wmer/vol5/iss1/4