Discussions about race/ethnicity are an important aspect of diversity on college campuses. This paper explores the social construct of race in the United States and the various barriers that arise when individuals engage in dialogue about this issue. I explore the tenets of the Moral Conversation and argue that this will aid us in deconstructing racial/ethnic borders and the politics of race in order to create a more socially just campus environment.
Diaz, J. L. (2001). Negotiating the Politics of Race through Moral Cross-Cultural Conversation. The Vermont Connection, 22(1). https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol22/iss1/13