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The Major Built-In Bias of the Publishing World

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“W“When I left publishing it was because I had this feeling of not being wanted,” a Black woman and former publishing professional who asked to remain…




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Jennifer Baker

Jennifer Baker

Writer/Editor; creator, Minorities in Publishing podcast; editor of EVERYDAY PEOPLE (2018, Atria Books); 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Fellow. Website: jennifernbaker.com

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