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>>>That is what many people say about the world of work – that the lighter your skin, the higher status you look to possess, especially among African American bosses.  Therefore, you would win more jobs than darker-skinned individuals in the same applicant pool. What do you think?  Let us know in the COMMENTS section.

This  may not be true in your own experience, but it is certain for some others among us, depending on our community makeup and cultures. Chris Rock  recently did an excellent job of filming a documentary about hair and skin color that explains the phenomena  of colors and textures in skin and hair his hit film GOOD HAIR.

See my review and some relevant observations at:

Light Skin and Good Hair 

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