By Derald Wing Sue
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3. “If you choose to stay, there is only so far you can advance. ” When people of color see an institution or organization that is primarily White or when they see that people at the upper levels of the administration or management team are primarily White and male, the message taken away by people of color and women is quite unmistakable and profound; the chances of doing well at this institution are stacked against them (Bonilla-Silva, 2006; Inzlicht & Good, 2006). When women in the workplace enter a conference room where portraits of all the past male CEOs or directors are displayed, the microaggressive message is that women are not capable of doing well in leadership positions and the “glass ceiling” is powerful.
He ’s a nigger! He’s a nigger! He’s a nigger! A nigger! ” The following night, Richards appeared with Jerry Seinfeld on an evening program to apologize. On the set of the popular program Grey’s Anatomy it was reported that African American actor Isaiah Washington used gay epithets toward fellow actors while arguing over a difference of opinion. There were reports that Washington taunted fellow actor Patrick Dempsey (Dr. Derek Shepherd or “Dr. McDreamy”) by saying, “I’m not your little faggot like [name redacted],” referring to a fellow cast member.
Second, McCain’s denial that Obama was an Arab, and rather that he was a “decent family man,” seems to indicate that, at some level, he too has bought into the perception that Middle Easterners and Muslims were somewhat less than decent human beings. Third, the hidden message of this microaggression (communicated by the woman and probably shared at an unconscious level by McCain) was that Arabs cannot be trusted because they are potential terrorists. ” According to former Secretary of Defense Collin Powell, who appeared on a Sunday news program following the televised exchange, the more appropriate response would have been: “No ma’am, he’s not an Arab.