Presented in Chronological Order
Racelighting Works (Interpersonal Context)
Wood, J. L., & Harris III, F. (2021). Racelighting in the normal realities of Black, Indigenous and People of Color: A scholarly brief. San Diego: CA: Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL).
Wood, J. L., & Harris III, F. (2021, Feb 12). Racelighting: A prevalent version of gaslighting facing People of Color. Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Wood, J. L. & Harris III, F. (2021, Mar 30). Racelighting: Three Common Strategies Racelighters Use. Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Wood, J. L. (2021, Oct 7). What is Racelighting? How gaslighting affects Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Psychology Today.
Herder, L. (2022, Apr 14). Racelighting and inauthentic allyship: How to recognize it, and how to change it. Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Bean, M., Chow, K., & Gillis, A. (2022, May 26). Dealing with the hate they give: Antidotes to microaggresions, racelighting, and attribution ambiguity. Rostrum.
Racial Gaslighting Works (Case Law Context)
Roberts, T., & Andrews, D. J. C. (2013). A critical race analysis of the gaslighting of African American teachers: Considerations for recruitment and retention. In D. J. C. Andrews & F. Tuitt (Eds.), Contesting the myth of a post racial era: The continued significance of race in US education (pp. 69–94). Peter Lang.
Davis, A. M., & Ernst, R. (2017). Racial gaslighting. Politics, Groups, and Identities, 7(4), 761–774.
Tobias, H., & Joseph, A. (2020). Sustaining systemic racism through psychological gaslighting: Denials of racial profiling and justifications of carding by police utilizing local news media. Race and Justice, 10(4), 424–455.
Rodrigues, M. A., Mendenhall, R., & Clancy, K. B. (2021). There’s realizing, and then there’s realizing: How social support can counter gaslighting of women of color scientists. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 27(2), 1-23.
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