Title: Racial Microaggressions
Author(s): Daniel G. Solórzano and Lindsay Pérez Huber
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 9780807764381 Pages: 176 Year: 2020

Racial Microaggressions is a timely, well-researched book that draws on the works of other scholars in the field (notably Chester Pierce, who first coined the term microaggression) and provides vivid, real-life examples of racial microaggressions throughout the text. Readers, regardless of their background, will better understand racial microaggressions and be able to pinpoint them after reading this book, enabling them to disrupt the normalized existence of racism in everyday life.

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