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<p>Discrimination also manifests in a unique way for high-status African American women, says Joan C. Williams, a distinguished professor of law and at the University of California and one of the symposium’s featured researchers.</p>

Discrimination also manifests in a unique way for high-status African American women, says Joan C. Williams, a distinguished professor of law and at the University of California and one of the symposium’s featured researchers.

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Black Women Still Penalized for Race and Gender

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed race- and gender-based discrimination. Now, 50 years later, black women still suffer under the double-whammy of race and gender.