Who Should Lead Discussions on Racial Justice, Diversity and Inclusion?

Black people shouldn't bear the burden of educating others on racism alone, but their voices still need to be heard

Amid million-dollar commitments to racial justice and diversity hire initiatives, agencies have been hosting and participating in panels to address racism. While some of these discussions have been fronted by Black and non-Black people of color, some have not, causing controversy within the business world of who can—or should—have a voice in these conversations.

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