breakdown of the middle ground.

Some People Just Don’t Understand

The workplace is an interesting environment when discussing racial identity. I’m sure at some point we’ve all worked with at least one person and been a little curious about their ethnic background. People don’t always look like the race they are, which I personally find fascinating. Everyone doesn’t think like me though. I love people!

Work is a place you’re already expected to always be on your p’s and q’s. There’s also a level of comfort one is expected to have within their work environment-or at best hope to have. Race can present an issue, and for plenty of people, unfortunately, it is. Because some people still don’t get it.


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Filed under: bi-racial, Maggie Barnes

3 Responses

  1. sonyja says:

    I Love this blog. Thank you for putting it out there. It is what it is and that can’t be changed. America is bi, tri, etc racial. The person asking another what race they are might be surprised if they checked their family tree.

  2. N DOT C says:

    At my workforce I’m the only Hispanic with a group of all white men. Race has never been an issue with us, and I appreciate our maturity and acceptance. Great Post

    N DOT C

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