Racial Resentment at Work
Political scientists Clarissa Peterson and Emmitt Y. Riley, III join Andy on today’s show to discuss racial resentment at work. Dr. Peterson and Dr. Riley explain that racial resentment is an especially pervasive issue and a form of racism that makes its way into nearly every corner of modern life in America–even the workplace. On this episode and every episode, we dig into the complicated moral issues people face at work.
- Clarissa Peterson is a Professor of Political Science at DePauw University
- Emmitt Y. Riley is an Assistant Professor and Director of Africana Studies and a contributing faculty member in the Political Science department at DePauw University
- We’re revisiting a case from an earlier episode with the scholar Alison Bailey about white talk at work
- Some of Peterson and Riley’s research on racial resentment can be found in this article
- Michael Tesler, Post-Racial or Most-Racial?
- System justification theory
- Ira Katznelson, When Affirmative Action Was White
If you have a workplace dilemma you need some help with, send your story to our producer Kate at email@example.com.
For this episode’s transcript, click here.
Thanks to Smallbox for designing our logo and website. Thank you to Brian Price for editing and mixing each episode.
“Brass Buttons” by Blue Dot Sessions
CC BY-NC 4.0
To contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org