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Liberal Arts
Gould, R. (2012).  Philology, education, democracy. Journal of Aesthetic Education. 46(6), 12.
Woyshner, C. (2002).  Political history as women's history: Toward a more inclusive curriculum . Theory & Research in Social Education. 30(3), 27.
Dodge, A., & Crutcher P. A. (2015).  Inclusive classrooms for lgbtq students: Using linked text sets to challenge the hegemonic "single story" . Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy . 59(1), 11.
Harootunian, H. (2012).  "Memories of underdevelopment" after area studies. Positions. 20(1), 29.
Local – OSU/Corvallis Resources
Fernández, N. (2016).  Oregon Multicultural Archives.
Fernández, N. (2014).  Social Justice Tour of Corvallis. Oregon Multicultural Archives Blog.
Fernández, N. (2013).  "Untold Stories: Histories of Students of Color at Oregon State University" Campus Tour Guidebook.
LA, C., RP V., & A Q-B. (2014).  Pharmacy students' perceptions of cultural competence encounters during practice experiences. American Journal Of Pharmaceutical Education. 78(2), 31.
Okoro, O. N., Odedina F. T., Reams R. R., & Smith W. T. (2012).  Clinical cultural competency and knowledge of health disparities among pharmacy students . American Journal Of Pharmaceutical Education. 76(3), 40.
Vyas, D., & Caligiuri FJ. (2010).  Reinforcing cultural competency concepts during introductory pharmacy practice experiences. American Journal Of Pharmaceutical Education . 74(7), 129.
White, C., Louis B., Persky A., Howell D. T., Griffin L., Simmons-Yon A., et al. (2013).  Institutional strategies to achieve diversity and inclusion in pharmacy education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education . 77(5), 8.
Echeverri, M., Brookover C., & Kennedy K. (2011).  Factor analysis of a modified version of the california brief multicultural competence scale with minority pharmacy students. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 16(5), 18.
J, C., Wolowich W. R., Benavides S., & Marino J. (2014).  Difficulty and discrimination indices of multiple-choice examination items in a college of pharmacy therapeutics and pathophysiology course sequence. The International Journal Of Pharmacy Practice. 22(1), 7.
Leach, C., & Layson-Wolf C. (2016).  Survey of community pharmacy residents' perceptions of transgender health management. Journal Of The American Pharmacists Association. 56(4), 4.
Yanchick, V. A., Baldwin J. N., Bootman J. L., Carter R. A., Crabtree B. L., & Maine L. L. (2014).  Report of the 2013-2014 argus commission: diversity and inclusion in pharmacy education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education . 78(10), 6.
Maxwell, E., Salch S., Boliko M., & Anakwe-Charles G. (2017).  Discrepancies in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Patient Care and How Pharmacists Can Support an Evolved Practice. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 81(7), 
Antony, L. (2012).  Different voices or perfect storm: Why are so few women in philosophy?. Journal of Social Philosophy. 43(3), 227-255.
Haslanger, S. (2008).  Changing the ideology and culture of philosophy: Not by reason (alone). Hypatia. 23(2), 210-223.
Burke, T.B. (2007).  Seeing philosophy: Deaf students and deaf philosophers. Teaching Philosophy. 30(4), 443-451.
Norlock, K. (2012).  Gender perception as a habit of moral perception: Implications for philosophical methodology and introductory curriculum. Journal of Social Philosophy. 43(3), 347-362.
Melton, D. (2013).  Are you my people?. Black Scholar. 43(4), 80-85.
Collins, P. (2000).  The Politics of Black Feminist Thought. Black feminist thought knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. 4-18.
Johnson, A. (2011).  How to queer ecology: One goose at a time. Orion Magazine.
Harris, L. (1994).  The status of blacks in academic philosophy. Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. 6, 116.
Zack, N. (2000).  Women of color and philosophy: A critical reader.