Coded Messages, Dog Whistles, and Stereotype Threat: When what we say is not what we mean

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Coded Messages, Dog Whistles, and Stereotype Threat: When what we say is not what we mean

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Presented at Big Tent, July 30 - August 1, 2015, University of Tennessee Conference Center, Knoxville, TN.

Definitions and examples of coded messages, dog whistles, micro aggressions, and stereotype threat are given. Readings and videos included. 20 slides. The remedies for racism are also presented including, dialog and discussion (not silence about race), noticing and naming, being an Interrupter, becoming a White Ally, and more.

Molly Casteel is the Asst. Stated Clerk Manager for Representation, inclusiveness and Ruling Elder Training, Presbyterian Church (USA).

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Molly Casteel

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July 30, 2015

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United States

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Molly Casteel, “Coded Messages, Dog Whistles, and Stereotype Threat: When what we say is not what we mean,” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed January 23, 2021, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/110.