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Saba Fatima
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
The precise nature of microaggression purposely obscures the exploration of the intentionality of perpetrator and the quantification of the harm committed. The act fits neatly into a system that privileges some and validates their reality to themselves and to us. This paper explores microaggression and recommends strategies for avoiding its harms.
Keywords women of color  microaggression  epistemic harm  race
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