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Double discrimination and intersectionality

Double discrimination and intersectionality: Fighting Gender Bias at Work
Double discrimination and intersectionality: Fighting Gender Bias at Work

Bias isn’t limited to gender. Women can also experience biases due to their race, sexual orientation, a disability, or other aspects of their identity—and the compounded discrimination can be significantly greater than the sum of its parts. When different types of discrimination interconnect and overlap, this is called intersectionality.

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