When you experience racial discrimination and rejection, it impacts you in many ways. Some of these, you are probably well aware of. You feel angry. You feel frustrated. It makes you irate, as it should. Discrimination is not just illegal, but it is an attack on a personal level to things outside of your control.
One reason that employees sometimes fail to report things like safety violations and sexual harassment is that they worry about retaliation. If they make that report, is it going to negatively impact their career? Employees often feel like they have to choose between taking a stand and keeping a steady paycheck for their families. That allows a lot of issues to get swept under the rug as they pick their families and their careers.
Many women face multiple forms of discrimination at work. You might think that this discrimination is glaring and bold, such as denying a woman a promotion or keeping them from executive-level positions.