Does it really matter that Indigenous people and other racialized people experience microaggressions? The short answer: Yes.
Chinese-Canadian journalist Edith Eaton documented anti-Asian racism in Canada in the late 19th and early 20th century. Over 100 years later, not much has changed.
US suburbs are rapidly diversifying, but students of color often face academic and social hurdles in suburban schools.
Participants in our study — all highly skilled Black African professionals — reported feeling work was a site of constant surveillance and scrutiny, where their competence was often questioned.
White people are often defensive when they’re called out for these subtle snubs and insults. But researchers have found that microaggressions correlate with racial bias.
Kamala Harris has always had to deal with people mispronouncing her name. It’s an example of microaggressions that members of minority groups face on a regular basis.
On top of the rising number of violent acts and vandalism incidents, American Jews are dealing with microagressions and prejudice that take a toll on their lives.