When being “one of the guys” won’t cut it

So often, women find themselves at workplaces in which they are a token, the “only one” who holds a certain identity. Black women, indigenous women, other women of color, disabled women, trans women, queer women, and those holding various marginalized identities-so many people experience this alienation in their workplace. This lack of visibility and community, and the implicit demand to assimilate in order to be accepted, is hugely draining and isolating.

This truth is deeply rooted in our country’s history. Since the founding of the United States, there have been legal…


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