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Racial Ideology and Black College Students' Leadership Experiences at a Historically White Institution
College Student Affairs Journal (2023)
  • ReChard Peel, Vanderbilt University
  • Jakia Marie, Grand Valley State University
  • Donald Mitchell, Jr., Molloy University
Within this study, we explored the relationship between racial ideology and leadership experiences of Black college student leaders at a historically white institution. Using a phenomenological approach, we sought to delineate the leadership experiences of Black college students as related to their racial identity. We provide evidence that racial ideologies influence the ways Black students express their leadership experiences. We close with recommendations for practice and future research.
  • Black college students,
  • racial ideology,
  • student leadership
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Peel, R., Marie, J., & Mitchell, D., Jr. (2023). Racial ideology and Black college students’ leadership experiences at a historically white institution. College Student Affairs Journal, 41(1), 58-72. 10.1353/csj.2023.0004