Excuse me, sir?: A critical race theory (hair) chronicle

  title={Excuse me, sir?: A critical race theory (hair) chronicle},
  author={Chelesea Lewellen and Jeremy W. Bohonos},
  journal={Gender, Work and Organization},
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An editorial in three parts

The Hill We Climb: The Future of Women of Color Leadership Development

The Problem There has been sparse research on the intersectional nature of the leadership practices of women of color since the last special issue in Advances in Developing Human Resources (ADHR).

Workplace hate speech and rendering Black and Native lives as if they do not matter: A nightmarish autoethnography

The #BlackLivesMatter movement has been met with resistance and hostility by many whites who do not see the need for assertions regarding the value and worth of Black lives. Those who seek to disru...

The interaction between gender and informal social networks: An East Asian perspective

Despite the increasing attention to gender diversity management in recent decades, there is a dearth of studies that provide an East Asian perspective on this topic. We argue that informal social



Including Critical Whiteness Studies in the Critical Human Resource Development Family: A Proposed Theoretical Framework

While the human resource development (HRD) literature has made strides to incorporate critical race theory, critical Whiteness studies has not been substantively addressed. White experiences need to