The future of Black women in corporate leadership: Opening doors to move up
The paucity of Black women in the C-suite stems from a long history of intersectional biases, stereotypes and exclusions that have narrowed the opportunities for women, especially Black women, to climb to the top of the business world. Although explicit racism and sexism are no longer acceptable in the workplace, Black women continue to deal with the consequences of centuries of exclusion and unconscious and conscious biases in the workplace.
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