Ajay Nair

Emory University

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Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia; studies race and ethnicity and is working on a book about multiculturalism in higher education

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Some college campuses across the U.S. are addressing an issue they call “microaggressions”: seemingly harmless comments that might not be so harmless.

Microaggressions

Some college campuses across the U.S. are addressing an issue they call “microaggressions”: seemingly harmless comments that might not be so harmless.

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