Adia Harvey Wingfield's new book explores the "gray areas" of workplace racism

On October 17, HarperCollins Publishers released Adia Harvey Wingfield's new book, Gray Areas: How the Way We Work Perpetuates Racism and What We Can Do to Fix It.

In it, the professor of sociology and co-director of WashU's Program in Public Scholarship draws on a decade's worth of interviews with more than 200 Black workers, sharing stories of how workplace discrimination impacted the arc of their careers. Rather than just describing the problem, Wingfield's book also drives toward a set of practical strategies for managers and employees to improve their workplace environment.

Wingfield has embarked on a press tour surrounding the book's release, including a pair of upcoming appearances in the St. Louis area:

Gray Areas is currently available from all major booksellers.