Moving from Unlikely to Likely Allies in the Academy

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Part one of the Unlikely Allies in the Academy Series, hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for continued dialogue based upon the book "Unlikely Allies in the Academy: Women of Color and White Women in Conversation." This presentation by Dr. Karen L. Dace, editor of the book "Unlikely Allies in the Academy: Women of Color and White Women in Conversation" characterizes relationships between women of Color and White women in the academy.

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Dace, Karen L. October 2016.

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Part one of the Unlikely Allies in the Academy Series, hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for continued dialogue based upon the book "Unlikely Allies in the Academy: Women of Color and White Women in Conversation." This presentation by Dr. Karen L. Dace, editor of the book "Unlikely Allies in the Academy: Women of Color and White Women in Conversation" characterizes relationships between women of Color and White women in the academy.

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22 p.

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  • Unlikely Allies in the Academy, October 2016. Denton, Texas.

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Materials from the Equity and Diversity Conference hosted annually by the Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity at the University of North Texas.

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Creating Space for Difficult Conversations & Opportunities for Cross-Cultural and Cross-Racial Conversations (Video)

Creating Space for Difficult Conversations & Opportunities for Cross-Cultural and Cross-Racial Conversations

Part three of the Unlikely Allies in the Academy Series, hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for continued dialogue based upon the book "Unlikely Allies in the Academy: Women of Color and White Women in Conversation." This video features Dr. Theresa Torres, author of the chapter “A Latina Testimonio: Challenges as an Academic, Issues of Difference, and a Call for Solidarity with White Female Academics” and her colleague, diversity expert and independent scholar Lisa McCarty.

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Dace, Karen L. Moving from Unlikely to Likely Allies in the Academy, presentation, October 2016; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1132744/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting University of North Texas.