Corporate Counsel Women of Color, a nonprofit organization that fosters diversity in Fortune 1000 law departments, has announced a report on how women of color are faring in those companies. And despite the obstacles faced by respondents, CCWC founder and CEO Laurie Robinson says the results were surprisingly refreshing.

“This group had a very strong sense of self, and they very much felt that they had the power to control their destiny,” says Robinson.

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