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Angie Beeman, ’10 (Ph.D.): “Liberal White Supremacy”

In her recent publication titled Liberal White Supremacy: How Progressives Silence Racial and Class Oppression, Angie Beeman, ’01 (Ph.D.), argues that white supremacy is maintained not only by right-wing conservatives or stereotypically uneducated working-class racial bigots but also by progressives who operate from a liberal ideology of color-blindness, racism-evasiveness, and class elitism. 

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Alumna Mangala Subramaniam, ’01 (Ph.D.): Co-Edited Collection

Dismantling Institutional Whiteness gathers a range of first-person narratives from women of color and examines the challenges they face not only at a systemic level, but also at a deeply personal level. Their experiences combined with research and statistics paint a sobering portrait of higher education’s problems when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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