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Any New ‘Study’ Of Black Workers Should Include Actual Solutions

When it comes to Black employees, we already know the challenges

An employee at a Walmart in Los Angeles, CA on November 29, 2013. Photo: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images

A new study by Walmart finds that, unsurprisingly, it will take almost a century for Black workers to be equally represented in the private sector.




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Arionne Nettles

Arionne Nettles

Arionne Nettles is a lecturer at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, a Chicago-based journalist, and a special needs mama.

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