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Beverly Daniel Tatum
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Racism

For the author, this is a system of advantage based on race which can persist despite a lack of explicit racial attitudes.

Racial Identity

This refers to a form of personal identification with a broader racial group.

Racial Identity Development

The author's concept of this process derives from psychologist William Cross.

White Privilege

This connotes the systematic benefits in terms of goods, services, and social status enjoyed by Whites, a privilege that they often resist recognizing.

Affirmative Action

This refers to a government program that aims to undo racial privileges enjoyed by dominant racial groups in the United States since 1965.

Goal-Based Affirmative Action

This initiative explicitly sets the goal of increasing racial diversity and undermining racial prejudice at the universities or schools that employ it as a policy.

Racial Dialogue

The author is a big proponent of this process as a path toward reducing and eliminating racial...

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