This article is meant to serve as a resource for white student affairs practitioners to continue to consider their role in engaging in anti-racism work by learning about both theoretical and practical tools. Through the lens of Critical Race Theory, this piece examines the way racism is used as a tool by those with power to marginalize and harm Black individuals and communities people specifically through a higher education and student affairs context. Using existing research and practice that requires the self-examination of whiteness by white people, this piece will hopefully engage practitioners in considering ways to leverage whiteness as a tool to interrupt oppression and domination in systems and interpersonal actions.
Lovelace, P. (2023). White Student Affairs Practitioner's Role in Actualizing an Antiracist Environment. The Vermont Connection, 44(1). https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol44/iss1/19