Wingfield’s ‘Gray Areas’ provides road map for dismantling workplace disparities

In her most recent book, “Gray Areas: How the Way We Work Perpetuates Racism & What We Can Do to Fix It,” renowned Washington University in St. Louis sociologist Adia Harvey Wingfield reveals why racial inequality persists despite such efforts, and those that came before it, and offers practical insights and recommendations for both individuals and organizations seeking to create more inclusive work environments.

“Too often, companies elevate diversity as a concept but overlook the organizational culture and internal processes that disadvantage Black workers.

“This is where we can move the needle, though. In identifying and addressing these gray areas, we have the greatest opportunity to transform our workplaces into environments that truly serve all employees.” 

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