About the Contributors.
Part I: STORIES OF PRIVILEGE.
Introduction to Part I.
1. Stories of White Privilege.
An Awakening to Privilege, Oppression, and Discrimination: Val's Story; Sharon's Story, Sharon K. Anderson and Valerie A. Middleton. White Out: Privilege and Its Problems, Heidi A. Zetzer. Supposed to Know Better: On Accepting Privilege - Deborah Megivern. White Male Privilege in the Context of My Life, Rich Furman.
2. Stories of Socioeconomic Privilege.
Understanding and Experiencing Class Privilege, Colleen Loomis.
Stories of Able-Bodied Privilege. Seeing Through Another Lens, Kaying Lo. Dirty Secrets and Unholy Unions: Disability-Based Oppression and Privilege, Paul E. Priester.
3. Stories of Heterosexual and Cisgender Privilege.
Increasing Awareness of Heterosexism and Homophobia: A Personal and Professional Exploration, Allison L. Cashwell. Reflections on Heterosexual Privilege, S. Cherice Sommer, Suzanne M. Weatherman, and Deborah L. Cox. How I Became a Counseling Professional Lesbian: Privilege and Challenges, Joy S. Whitman. Head Ladies Center for Teacup Chain: Exploring Cisgender Privilege in a (Predominately) Gay Male Context, N. Eugene Walls and Kelly Costello. Marriage: The New Frontier, Jessica Pettitt.
4. Stories of Male Privilege and Sexism.
Men Can't Be Raped: The Challenge of Sexism in Counseling, Heather Trepal. Exploring Male Privilege: Journey of Two White Middle-Class Men, David H. Whitcomb and James A. Cummings. How I Got My Wings, Carol L. Langer. Article. The Journey to Understanding Privilege: A Meta-Narrative Approach, Valerie A. Middleton, James H. Banning, Sharon K. Anderson, and Christine Paguyo.
Part II: STORIES OF ASSUMED PRIVILEGE (RACISM, HETEROSEXISM, AND AGEISM)
Introduction to Part II … Valerie A. Middleton and Sharon K. Anderson.
Assumed Privilege: A Double-Edged Sword, Allan E. Barsky. Who, Me? White?: The Process of Acknowledging and Challenging Racial Privilege, Helen G. Deines. No Parece: The Privilege and Prejudice Inherent in Being a Light-Skinned Latino Without an Accent, Edward A. Delgado-Romero. Ageism: The "-Ism" We Will All Face One Day, Jacqueline J. Peila-Shuster.
Part III: STORIES OF INTERNALIZED OPPRESSION, ACCULTURATION, AND ASSIMILATION AND THE COMPLEXITIES OF IDENTITY.
Oppression of the Spirit: Complexities in the Counseling Encounter, Dibya Choudhuri.
Acculturation and Identity: Intra-Ethnic Distinctions Among Mexican Americans, Genaro Gonzales. Unmasking Within-Group Prejudice: A Case Study, Felice Lichaw and Marya Howell-Carter.
Part IV: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES: STORIES OF PRIVILEGE, ACCULTURATION, AND ASSIMILATION.
Deprivations and Privileges We All Have, Ma. Teresa Tuason. Navigating Oppression, Power and Privilege in Academia: An International Perspective, Saliwe Kawewe.
Going through Cultural Barriers in Counseling, Ruth Chao. Elaborating a different "Yes, But": Complexities of race, sexuality and class in the counseling setting, Damien W. Riggs.
Part V: STORIES OF PERSONAL COMPASSION AND BEING ALLIES.
Personal Compassion and Alliance Building: Observations of an Asian American Professor, Matthew R. Mock. Tales from the Heart of Dixie: Using White Privilege to Right Racism, Becky J. Liddle. Yes, I see You're Committed to the Cause, But Where's Your Credibility, and Why That Angst? David MacPhee. A Multicultural Unity Group for Graduate Students, Barbara Gormley.