The resources in this section will help you better understand systems of power and privilege and how dominant cultural expectations and messages may be impacting your physical, emotional, and mental health status

Articles:

Making Microaggressions visible is key to addressing the impacts. Posted on March 27, 2015 by Karen Pace, Michigan State University Extension  

Can the practice of mindfulness reduce unconscious racial bias?     Posted on July 21, 2016 by Karen Pace, Michigan State University Extension

What does it mean to take a health equity approach to our work? Posted on August 31, 2016 by Karen L. Pace, Michigan State University Extension

Cultural sharing or unintentional racism?  Posted on January 22, 2016 by Karen Pace, Michigan State University Extension

Books:

Johnson (2014) Privilege, Power, and Difference

Sue (2010) Microagressions in Everyday Life

Sue (2010) Microagressions and Marginality

Websites:

Ted Talks:

Verna Myers (2014) How to Overcome Our Bias

Videos:

Sue (2010) YouTube - Microagressions in Everyday Life

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