Authors: Crystal E. Garcia, Ph.D. | Antonio Duran, Ph.D.
Culturally based sororities and fraternities have long played a positive role in the experiences of Students of Color on college campuses, though questions remain of how they create space for other minoritized identities. This narrative inquiry study thus provides a contribution by exploring the role that sexuality and gender expression play in the experiences of Queer Men of Color in culturally based fraternities. This research sought to illuminate the connections that Queer Men of Color developed to their organizations and how they navigated issues pertaining to their identities in these fraternities.
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