Re-Complicating Intersectionality Considering Differences in Language and Personality Type When Considering Strategies for African American Women's Career Development

@article{Lewellen2021ReComplicatingIC,
  title={Re-Complicating Intersectionality Considering Differences in Language and Personality Type When Considering Strategies for African American Women's Career Development},
  author={Chelesea Lewellen and Jeremy W. Bohonos and Eboni W. Henderson and Gliset Col{\'o}n},
  journal={Implementation Strategies for Improving Diversity in Organizations},
  year={2021}
}
The purpose of this chapter is to use mini case studies as a method to explore how diversity in race and gender can affect the work-lives and career trajectories of African American women, and to suggest individual and organizational strategies to facilitate career growth of individuals whose identities intersect with multiple forms of diversity. This chapter will begin with a discussion of Black feminist thought and then proceed to discussions of research regarding African American women in… 

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