Relative and Insightful
As a fellow person of color, albeit male, I can relate to some of the biases and aggressions experienced in environments where our ethnic representation is lacking. On the one hand, our actions and how they are perceived are viewed through a magnifying glass, but when it comes to our contributions and personhood those details are sometimes overlooked. This podcast brings to light the struggle that people of color, namely Black female continue to endure at the workplace, and it offers a community of professionals we can learn from and rely on via its guests. Having worked with Cheryl-Lyn, I can’t thank her enough for continuing to educate those who have been blessed to know her.
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