Intersectionality in the Workplace: Broadening the Lens of Inclusion

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By YW Boston and Bentley University

1. Micro-inequities have compounded impact

Women of color are more likely to experience micro-inequities at work, which can have a not-so-micro impact on their careers. As the report defines, micro-inequities are “unintentional and subtle slights – acts of discrimination – that undervalue and demean people.” The term is similar to the term micro-aggression which “refers to conscious, unconscious, and often unintentional behaviors or verbal statements that undermine another person based on their social identities.” However, micro-inequities are more likely to be unintentional, and the use of the term “inequity” highlights how these acts build

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