Now more than a year into the pandemic, CBC Ottawa is looking at how people are adapting to new realities with its series The Slow Return.
As a Black woman in the corporate world, Mila Olumogba knows what it’s like to experience microaggressions at work.
“I cannot tell you how many times someone has come up to me and touched my hair,” the marketing executive said.
Usually, microaggressions are much more subtle forms of discrimination, such as being confused for another racialized co-worker by a white manager, being scrutinized by security or having your name constantly mispronounced.
Working from home throughout the pandemic made
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