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"White Privilege": Discrimination and Miscommunication--How It Affects/Effects Underrepresented Minority [Groups] on College Campuses
Thirty years after the enactment of civil rights legislation, the meaning of race has become a problem in the United States, largely because the legacy of centuries of white supremacy lives on. Monolithic white supremacy is over, but in a more concealed way, white power and privilege linger. Ethnic under-representation creates a host of problems for the U.S. higher education community. The higher education community must find a way to welcome minority groups on campus.
Author/Creator: Buck, Gail F.
Date Published: 00-00
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