“If you were at work and one of your colleagues made a racist remark, would you challenge it or let it pass?This scenario is one of the many that US startup Vantage Point provides in its training program to tackle racial discrimination in the workplace.Founded in Los Angeles in 2017, the company offers courses on diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias. Using virtual reality (VR) headsets, employees are immersed in scenarios based on real events, where they watch a scene of discrimination unfold and are asked how they would respond…”

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