On Being the Only ‘One’ at Work
Megan Reynolds

Your co-workers are progressive and well-meaning. If you’ve put yourself in the role of racial police, constantly monitoring discussions in order to detect and correct racial or cultural sensitivities, you’ve created a lot of work for yourself. Your burdens are self-imposed.

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