Did CEOs keep their promises to black Americans? Francesca Fiorentini and Dr. Rashad Richey break it down on The Damage Report.
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"One year ago today, the world watched George Floyd’s life slowly slip away under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer.
The outpouring of rage and empathy that followed shook the foundations of Corporate America in unprecedented ways, but experts say it’s far too early to say whether the business world’s pledged commitments to lasting social change will stand the test of time.
"Change was never going to happen overnight," said Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, a racial justice nonprofit that works with private companies. "So many of the corporations that spoke up have deep systemic challenges that can’t be solved with a tweet, a statement, a diversity committee.""
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