Companies Made Racial Justice Promises Last Summer. Did They Keep Them?

Companies Made Racial Justice Promises Last Summer. Did They Keep Them?
Companies Made Racial Justice Promises Last Summer. Did They Keep Them?

Companies Made Racial Justice Promises Last Summer. Did They Keep Them?

Corporations had a lot to say about racial justice last summer. They made statements. They donated millions to civil rights organizations. They promised to address their own problems with diversity and representation.

A year later, NPR’s David Gura reports on Wall Street’s mixed progress.

Kim Tran tells NPR’s Sam Sanders that the diversity, equity and inclusion industry has lost its way.

And DEI consultant Lily Zheng talks about their front row seat to corporations varied efforts to change culture and practices.

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