How often do lawyers of color raise alarms about racial inequalities at work? Unless they’ve already got one foot out the door or are suing their own firms for discrimination, the answer is easy: almost never.

In normal times, sadly, bringing up race—except in abstract terms—can be career suicide. But these are not normal times, and Lauren Skerrett isn’t holding back.

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