Personal reflections: Barriers and strategies in increasing diversity in psychology
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In this article, six faculty and students of color who participated in a panel discussion at a symposium during the National Multicultural Conference and Summit of 2003 talk about the barriers they encountered and continue to encounter in their graduate training and places of employment. They also discuss strategies they found to be effective, enhancing, and positive and suggest other possibilities. The contributors describe their relationships with dominant-group and minority peers and talk about how issues of social class, disability, and sexual orientation as well as color have been part of their experience. Copyright 2006 by the American Psychological Association.
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Vasquez, Melba J., Bernice Lott, Enedina García-Vázquez, Sheila K. Grant, Gayle Y. Iwamasa, Ludwin E. Molina, Brian L. Ragsdale, and Elise Vestal-Dowdy. "Personal reflections: Barriers and strategies in increasing diversity in psychology." American Psychologist 61, 2 (2006): 157-172. doi: 10.1037/0003-066X.61.2.157.