‘Love & Hip Hop’ Argument Spurs Discussion of Discrimination in the Workplace

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February 6, 2013 ‐ By
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Those who tuned in to Love & Hip Hop this week may have caught an intense discussion between Jen Bayer and Raqi Thunda that culminated in a few statements that have led to backlash.

After getting the brush off from Raqi — “Have fun trying to get hot” — Raqi said, “I’m white honey. It will get done.” Both women continued, throwing around racially-charged language.

With that in mind, Black Enterprise takes a closer look at workplace discrimination and what you should do if you think you’re a victim of it.

“Experts recommend keeping a diary of events,” the article says. “Document any incidents of racism that happen to you in the workplace or that you witness.”

For more tips and advice on how to deal with this situation, click through to BlackEnterprise.com.

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  • VivJ

    I can’t believe this woman with a black baby daddy would say something so ignorant! Apparently she’s just as dumb as those racists!

    • RAVENS GANG!

      For her to recognize that her skin color gives her privilege is what makes her not ignorant or ‘dumb’.

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