Navigating spaces that aren’t meant for you

In the latest edition of University Affairs, graduate student Jasmeet Bahia provides an insightful perspective on the life of a racialized person navigating the complicated spaces of academia. It is unfortunate that so many of us will be able to relate to the experiences illustrated in this opinion piece. Systemic racism does not stop at the Roddick Gates and shield us from the toxic soup of unconscious bias or conscious bigotry. Unfortunately, the boundaries of our institutions are fully permeable. This means both the best and the worst can find their way in.

You can read the full opinion piece here.

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