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The rules of conduct

Some black men say they're held to higher standards than whites in the workplace

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / October 9, 2007

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On Fridays, employees at the Boston Architectural College have the option to dress casually. But when Michael James, a director of human resources and diversity at the school, donned denim shorts one recent Friday, his clothing elicited a few comments. One person wasn't used to seeing James dressed so informally, someone else asked him, "What happened?" and another supportively told ... (Full article: 1377 words)

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