This talk explores the causes and consequences of White male undergraduates using the n-word during their college years. Almost all heard and used the n-word in their everyday lives, believed it was not racist, but tended not to say it in the presence of minorities. Some were uncomfortable hearing the n-word, but they rarely challenged their friends. The discussion engages both institutional and individual responsibility for this phenomena, and the methodological implications for a Man of Color conducting this type of research.
We will provide LUNCH for this event! It's first-come, first-served, so make sure you show up early!
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