White Men as Advocates for Diversity
Abstract:In this article, author Michael Welp shares the results of his research into the learning journeys of eight white men who are advocates for diversity in organizations. His discoveries provide insight in to the importance of actively building relationships across categories of difference, the lack of white male role models for those on this path and the ongoing search for better ways for white men to challenge and support each others' diversity learning.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2004
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