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Stapleton, L., & Croom, N.N. (2017). Narratives of Black d/Deaf college alum: Reflections on intersecting microaggressions in college. Journal of Student Affairs, Research and Practice, 54(1), 15-27.
There is limited research on the experiences of Black d/Deaf (Bd/Deaf) students, and a historical legacy of discrimination. The purpose of this paper is to move minoritized communities’ stories, Bd/Deaf college graduates, from the margins to the center addressing the ways they experience racist and audist microaggressions as undergraduate students. Using Critical Race Theory and Critical Deaf Theory, the findings show how educators contribute to how Bd/Deaf students experienced microaggressions as invisibility and trivialization.