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Why We Need More Black Women Workspaces

Unfortunately, the most popular co-spaces aren’t always the most welcoming

A woman working on her iPad at The Wing, a women’s co-working space.
Photo: Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe via Getty

InIn all, Asha Grant had only been part of The Wing’s West Hollywood location for about a month before she found herself feeling disregarded and out of place.

On May 28, she and a guest (both Black women) went to the location only to encounter an…

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Char Adams

Char Adams

Char Adams is the digital editor of SUM research at The Graduate Center, CUNY. She is a former reporter for PEOPLE Magazine. She is on Twitter: @CiCiAdams_