Formal administrative protocols for responding to bias incidents are now the norm in higher education. This article considers these developments by posing critical questions about racial justice work on campus, identifying key features of an under-acknowledged institutional racism, and contributing to discussions about ways that diversity and social justice efforts often reproduce rather than challenge systemic inequities.
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Full Citation: Hughes, Glyn. "Racial Justice, Hegemony, and Bias Incidents in U.S. Higher Education." Multicultural Perspectives 15, no. 3 (2013): 126-132. doi:10.1080/15210960.2013.809301.
Hughes, Glyn, "Racial Justice, Hegemony, and Bias Incidents in U.S. Higher Education" (2013). Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Publications. 22.