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Maybe you’ve heard these statements at work:

“You oversold yourself during the interview.”

"You’re not meeting expectations.”

“You go by that name at work?”

“You don’t know your place.”

Or my favorite: “You seem angry.”

I have heard them all, repeatedly. And for years I thought I was alone.

In 2014, I started gathering examples of how structural racism and sexism play out in the workplace. I realized that by studying how Black women have survived in this post-affirmative action era, we can empower the next generation to thrive.
When we started our Conversation Series, and we hosted writers’ workshops, I didn’t realize it would open this many doors for Black women across all age groups and industries.

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