Racism is making Black people sick: Research links racism with chronic stress and poor health in Black people. Diversity specialist Mary-Frances Winters highlights the multiple forms of racism Black people still endure today. Such racism helps generate an intergenerational cycle of inequality. Winters urges readers from all backgrounds to acknowledge different forms of privilege and the power structures and attitudes that perpetuate bias.
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Mary-Frances Winters is the founder and CEO of The Winters Group, a women- and minority-owned consulting firm specializing in global diversity and inclusion.
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