The Surprising Link Between Trust and Racism

Photograph by Don Bayley

Whether we’re socializing or flirting or hawking our old furniture online, we want others to trust us. At work, in open-plan offices with flattened org charts, we work not for bosses, but in teams; we need to be able to rely on our co-workers’ abilities and integrity with the same assuredness with which we trust-fall into their arms on the annual retreat.

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