Authors: Nolan L. Cabrera, Ph.D. | Alex K. Karaman, Ph.D. | Tracy Arámbula Turner, Ph.D. | Yadira G. Oregon, M.A. | Eliaquin A. Gonell, M.Ed. | Jameson D. Lopez, Ph.D. | Regina Deil-Amen, Ph.D.
The underrepresentation and academic underperformance of Men of Color (MoC) relative to Women of Color (WoC) in higher education has been a central focus of both research and practice for the last two decades. Countless efforts have highlighted and address these disparities, but controversy has surrounded these initiatives including critiques like those by Kimberlé Crenshaw (2014), that they erase the unique needs of WoC and ignores the ways patriarchy advantages men and oppresses women.
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