Victoria Svoboda, Ed.D.
Jörg Vianden, Ed.D.
The image of the White man who displays anger, entitlement, and hatred towards individuals who differ in gender, race, or sexual orientation seems ubiquitous in media and society (Kimmel, 2013). Even in college, men from majority backgrounds frequently express their frustration with diversity or social justice efforts they say exclude them.The perspective that most White college men are apathetic to efforts that foster equality or social justice is well established. To offer another perspective, this paper explores the productive ways in which White college men articulate their engagement in and responsibility for positive social justice action.