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Gender Justice: Invisible Labor

Bias and Privilege

In this 90-minute session, we will explore the concept of “invisible labor, ” including how it shapes our perception of what work is and who deserves to get paid to do it.

Learning Objectives:

  • The nine dimensions of social class
  • The definition of invisible labor and its impacts on the representation of marginalized genders in the workforce
  • The cost of caregiving and the ”labor of love” myth
  • How the role of invisible labor drives underrepresentation and pay inequity in technology, especially for those with intersectional identities
  • Three ways to promote gender justice in the workplace
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