People of Color in Predominantly White Institutions


Date of this Version

November 2004


While the upward progress post Brown v. Board of Education has been a slow movement for People of Color in the K -12 educational system, so has movement for People of Color in higher -education. Faculty and students of Color are under the constant microscope of writing, contributing to research, and participating in the development of future research, are prone to be deal with issues their White peers do not often face. This panel of color will share their feelings and experiences of alienation as well as how to survive on a Predominately White campus.