The workplace environment for Black women is hard: many find a lack of constructive feedback, resources and mentorship. Many see a pay disparity and place where  their “voices and ideas” are suppressed” and where c-level job track progression is slow, says Kelle Coleman, SVP Brand Partnerships, Nielsen, in this video interview with Beet.TV

Notwithstanding, the Black woman show up and  “show out.”  We have “no choice.”

She addresses the issue of diversity and inclusion and disparities where well intentioned programs have been weighted toward gender diversity vs. racial diversity.

This video is part of an ongoing Beet.TV series of interviews with men and and women of color, addressing their personal experiences and hopes for essential change addressing racial inequality. Please find additional videos here. 

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