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Recognising and Counteracting Racial Microaggressions

Recognising and Counteracting Racial Microaggressions

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This resource, developed by Lecturer in University Learning and Teaching Rayya Ghul with artwork by Kirsty Johnston and in consultation with students: Aisha Janki Akinola, Tumi Akeke, Raahat Manrai, Brenda Mioki, Natasha Ruwona is intended to help you to: Understand what a microaggression is, Understand the effect of microaggressions on student wellbeing and participation, Identify the most common forms of racial microaggression, Learn some practical ways to counteract microaggressions and create an inclusive
environment for all students.

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