Gay and Lesbian School Leaders of Color
           Sophia Jones-Redmond, Chicago State University
This study explores how self-identified gay and lesbian school leaders of color 
negotiate their identities and professional roles and responsibilities within 
the heteronormative institution of public schools. This article discusses how 
gay and lesbian school leaders of color manage the oppressive statuses of 
heterosexism, sexism and racism, and how the management of these “statuses” 
negatively influences their abilities to lead. 

		Academic Exchange Quarterly  Summer 2009: Volume 13, Issue 2  
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