Protecting Black Women’s Mental Health In Corporate America

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A renaissance in exposing

“People are feeling more confident being able to verbalize and set boundaries around what people are allowed to do and say in the workplace,” says Nyanue. She says for a long time, there was a “Grin and bear it” mentality. But now, the sensibility is turning, and people are feeling more empowered to say, “Actually it’s not okay to treat people like that or say [those] things.”

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