Systemic Racism

How wearing natural hairstyles harms the job prospects of Black women

Natural Black hairstyles are often perceived as not conforming with corporate 'dress norms'. Image: Christina @ wocintechcat.com/Unsplash

Adwoa Bagalini
Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion Lead, World Economic Forum
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