In their place: the heavy burden of being Black in a white space | Elijah Anderson | The Guardian

A young Black business man wearing a navy suit walks in the door of an all-white room.

White gatekeepers repeatedly approach Black people with a disingenuous ‘can I help you?’ It never stops

Source: In their place: the heavy burden of being Black in a white space | Elijah Anderson | The Guardian

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