Minds Online has an online conference this month that includes a discussion of injustice in speech, with a lead article on this topic by Saray Ayala: "Explaining Injustice in Speech: Individualistic vs. Structural Explanation." She begins with an 8 min introduction. Alex Madva and Valerie Soon reply.
Testimonial injustice occurs when the audience deflates a speaker’s credibility due to the speaker’s perceived social identity (Fricker, 2007). Although this phenomenon has received much attention, a lot remains unclear. I identify two drawbacks of a widely accepted explanation attributing testimonial injustice to prejudices (e.g. implicit bias) in the mind of the hearer. I propose an alternative: a structural explanation that appeals to discursive conventions.
h/t Stacey Goguen and Feminist Philosophers Blog.