Is Sexual Harassment Different from the Perspective of Black Women?

I recently came across (what I feel is) an important article by Kunbi Tinuoye writing for TheGrio, pointing out a facet of sexual harassment that is often (if not always) overlooked, that fact that when black women suffer sexual harassment they must also deal with oppression that combines race with gender.

Additionally, the article points out, black women may be less likely to seek help or complain about inappropriate workplace conduct due to the perceived status at work, difficulty in finding employment in general (when compared to white women) and economic disadvantage.

Here’s a link to the full piece: