Race/ethnicity and related issues have been a consistent presence in the United States for many decades. However, there appears to be no consensus regarding how to address and resolve these issues. This mixed methods study involved exploration of one method of resolution-trans-racial conversations. The qualitative findings are discussed in this article. Participants included African American/Black and White female faculty, staff, and students, at a University in the southwest. One of the key findings indicates that participants were engaging in conversations about race, however, White participants did so primarily with family and friends, rather than cross-racially. These and other findings as well as implications for practice and higher education are discussed.
|Keywords:||Race, Culture, Women|
Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, TX, USA
Associate Vice President/Director, Student Affairs/Multicultural Student Affairs, Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, TX, USA
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