Systemic Racism

Colourism: How skin-tone bias affects racial equality at work

Racial wage gap ... the darker the shade of your skin, the less you earn, according to studies. Image: Unsplash/Clay Banks

Adwoa Bagalini

Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion Lead, World Economic Forum

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