Black Women

How ADIDAS has co-signed acceptable forms of bias

How ADIDAS has co-signed acceptable forms of bias Published November 2, 2022 Unless you’ve been under a rock or avoiding social media (understandable considering the state of Twitter right now), you’ve probably seen headline after headline about Kanye West or Ye (that’s his legal name now). But before you close your browser because you don’t […]

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Here are three reasons equal pay doesn’t matter

Here are three reasons equal pay doesn’t matter Published September 21, 2022 It’s Black Women’s Equal Pay Day in the United States.  But we can’t talk about equal pay without talking about equal advancement opportunities. If Black women (or any underestimated group) aren’t getting a job in the first place, there’s nothing to be equally compensated for. 

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Nonnegotiable Career Advice for DEI (and everyone else too)

Nonnegotiable Career Advice for DEI (and everyone else too) Published August 17, 2022 My friend once asked, “why are you giving these people all of your brainpower?”  At the time, I was working myself to the bone in corporate. I said, “that’s how I am. If I do something, I’m going to do it well.”

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We need to talk about microaggressions

We need to talk about microaggressions Published September 15, 2021 This conversation stopped me in my tracks.  The prospective client wanted to hire Rework Work to deliver a DEI training. For the topic, I suggested microaggressions: The client: “That sounds really interesting. What are microaggressions?”  Me: 😱 😬 😞 Break it down:  It reminded me

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Black women are fleeing corporate. Here’s what needs to change.

Black women are fleeing corporate. Here’s what needs to change. Published August 4, 2021 Did you have a rage (or grief) ceremony to mark Black Women’s Equal Pay Day? Break it down:  Yesterday marked how long the average Black woman must work to make as much as the average white man did in 2020. A

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