Work is failing black and brown women.
A new report from LeanIn.org and McKinsey found that women of color make up an abysmal 4% of C-suite executives — while white women get 18% of exec roles and white men get 68%.
Not only are black and Hispanic women paid less than white women on average, studies find that they are more likely to work low-paying jobs.
Asian-American women, meanwhile, are most likely to get passed up for senior-level roles, and some ethnic groups (like Bangladeshi and Thai women) get paid much less than white men.
Even worse: women of color overall report higher rates of workplace sexual harassment and bullying.
Here are 10 ways that work in America is failing women of color: