Protecting Black Women’s Mental Health In Corporate America

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What does inclusion look like at work?

In expanding on what true inclusion looks like in the workplace, Nyanue gave several examples. “Not mansplaining. If somebody has a meeting, don’t shut [Black women] out. If somebody has a different perspective, don’t shut them down. If someone tells you about their weekend, don’t make faces or comments that make them not want to share.”

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