We’re Waiting for the Diversity of Executive Leadership Teams to Reflect the Future

The time has long passed for systemic racism to be addressed

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To increase retention, companies should consider the intersectionality of each employee. Photo Illustration: Amira Lin

2020 marks a pivotal time in history for Black America. While at the mercy of Covid-19, Black people in America are, yet again, reminded of the other pandemic that has spanned over four centuries: racial inequality. The immensity of these traumatic events has left a collective burden on Black communities and has seeped into the crevices of our workplaces.

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Makisha Noel is a brand strategist and copywriter fellow at The Marcus Graham Project.
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