The following resources inform our approach to linguistic justice with the three pillars of antiracism, translingualism and gender inclusivity.  We will add to this list on an ongoing basis and welcome suggestions:  


Linguistic Justice:  Black Language, Literacy, Identity and Pedagogy.  (2020) by April Baker-Bell.  NCTE/Routledge. 

Writing Centers and the New Racism:  A Call for Sustainable Dialogue and Change. (2011). Edited by Laura Greenfield and  Karen Rowan.  Utah State University Press.

Performing Anti-racist Pedagogy in Rhetoric, Writing and Communication.  (2017) Edited by Frankie Condone and Vershawn Ashanti Young.  WAC Clearinghouse/Parlor Press. 

Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies:  Teaching and Assessing Writing for a Socially Just Future.  (2015) by Asao B. Inoue.  WAC Clearinghouse/Parlor Press

Everyday Writing Center:  A Community of Practice.  (2007).  By Anne Geller, Michelle Eodice, Frankie Condon, Meg Carrol and Elizabeth Boquet.  University Press of Colorado. 

Tool:  “Recognizing microaggressions and the messages they send.”  (PDF download) Adapted from Derald Wing Sue,  Microaggressions in Everyday Life:  Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation, Wiley and Sons, 2010

cover of book Counterstories from the Writing Cemter.

Counter-stories from the Writing Center. (2022) Edited by Wonderful Faison & Frankie Condon.  Utah State University Press.  

We will be adding to this list of resources and welcome your suggestions.  Email to suggest a resource related to diversity and inclusion in writing instruction and support.