Citation Justice

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This is a LibGuide from the University of Maryland University Libraries.

Excerpt:

Citation Justice is the act of citing authors based on identify to uplift marginalized voices with the knowledge that citation is used as a form of power in a patriarchal society based on white supremacy.

Citation Justice is based on a growing body evidence across disciplines that women, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) are cited less frequently than their white male counterparts. Here we examine academia as it relates to categorizations of race, power, and citation. We a look at all forms of marginalized identify in academia, working toward a broader, but inextricably interconnected, web of social justice issues.

Subject

Inclusion

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Citation

“Citation Justice,” Antiracism Digital Library, accessed February 27, 2024, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/629.