Donald Wilson

Founder, Black Hospitality Workers

Founder of Black Hospitality Workers

Donald Wilson on KCRW

Black workers are underrepresented in the hospitality industry. One man is trying to change that.

How to get more Black workers in the hospitality industry

Black workers are underrepresented in the hospitality industry. One man is trying to change that.

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