Support those who have experienced microaggressions

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Reducing Microaggressions

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Recognize and mitigate the impact of microaggressions

Support those who have experienced microaggressions

Many people with marginalized identities disengage from their courses and work, change their majors, experience psychological and emotional distress, or even drop out of school or leave their positions because of the cumulative impact of microaggressions (Sue, 2010). Providing support to students and colleagues who have experienced microaggressions through microinterventions can mitigate the risk of these negative consequences.

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