3 Things You Should Know About Global Colorism

Understanding colorism as an emerging form of discrimination in the workplace

Colorism is the differential treatment of same-race individuals based on skin color. How does this form of discrimination influence perceptions of individual and group identity? In this video, Trina Jones, the Jerome M. Culp Professor of Law at Duke University, discusses how the salience accorded to skin color varies depending upon geographical location and social context around the world.

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