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Your work is judged plus other intangible things. You need sponsors to get projects. Exclusion forces people to deviate from their authentic selves. So, she took a leap of faith, and came to love the sport. Patrons of the winery she worked at would be in shock when they discovered the wines they were enjoying were made by a Black woman.

How black women describe navigating race and gender in the workplace

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I've never left! The black community where I work we have a hard time finding that. Her writing about race and intersectionality has appeared in Lenny, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and HuffPost, and she participated in the Tin House Winter Workshop for nonfiction.