Black Women and the Hidden Workload
- Event Location Online
Discover and uncover the hidden emotional and actual labor that Black women are expected to perform in the workplace. Discussion topics will focus on intersectional oppression associated with being a woman and being a black person, including code switching, assumptions about work roles, hairstyle policing, facing the glass ceiling, expectations about leadership capability, and more. Participants will hear personal and professional experiences from a panel of black woman leaders. Hosted by the University of Baltimore's JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) group.