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Marguerite A. Welch

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As a dominant social identity, whiteness is often not visible to white people. Developing a nuanced understanding of whiteness, including the systemic nature of white supremacy, is essential for white adult educators who want to create inclusive learning environments.

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What’s It Like to Be White?: Understanding the Decision to Learn About Being White

As a dominant social identity, whiteness is often not visible to white people. Developing a nuanced understanding of whiteness, including the systemic nature of white supremacy, is essential for white adult educators who want to create inclusive learning environments.