Dear Amy: I work for a small entertainment startup, consisting of five cisgender white men. I got in on the ground floor during the pandemic.
As the only female and youngest/newest member, I’ve felt undervalued and excluded, despite being the only one with a four-year degree.
So far, I’d brushed these concerns aside because of my youth and lack of experience.
However, two weeks ago, politics came up and I realized that several of my co-workers (who are also co-owners) have beliefs that fly in the face of social justice, such as denying the existence of white privilege and calling