Many Americans have spent the last few month working from home and meeting on Zoom. As a Black man, Dr. Gilo Kwesi Cornell Logan says he couldn't help but notice some of the differences in how his colleagues and clients may be perceived depending on whether they're white, Black, or of color.
Read his piece, What it's like to Zoom as a Black Man.
He asks: how has race and/or ethnicity played out in your virtual work life recently?
Dr. Gilo Kwesi Logan, a fourth generation Evanston resident, helps corporations, organizations and teams develop the leadership to succeed in an increasingly complex and diverse global society.
Find out more about his company Logan Consulting.
Logan recently wrote a piece on antiracism resources for non-Black people of color.
You can read that here.
Follow Dr. Logan on Twitter for more of his insights and information on race, diversity, and equity.