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The good news is that overt acts of racism, sexism and heterosexism are on the decline. However, these attitudes and behaviours have been replaced by harmful microaggressions – biases that are subtle, invisible and often unintentional. This is often psychologically harmful to both individuals on the receiving end and those committing these acts.
microaggressions, biases, classroom, workplace
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Sullivan, Alicia; Sanderson, Margaret; Kantor, Richell; Molicard-Chartier, Patrick; Brown, Yvette; and Centre for Equity and Inclusion, "When Bias Becomes Incognito: Exploring Commonplace Microaggressions in the Classroom and Workplace" (2020). Webinars. 7.