A frank conversation about the role companies, executives, employees and customers must all play when we witness acts of injustice or bigotry in our places of work and our communities. Being good allies is not only about what we do, but about the insight and understanding that results from better appreciating one another’s lived experiences. A panel discusses the danger of doing nothing but also the economic and societal benefits of meeting the moment. Panelists:
- Liz Cheng, general manager for television, GBH
- Michael Curry, president & CEO of Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers
- Colette Phillips, CEO of Colette Phillips Communications and CEO, founder and president of Get Konnected!
- Eneida M. Roman, Esq, principal of Roman Law and co-founder of Amplify Latinx
- Starting a corporate anti-racism movement – CommonWealth
- What antiracist allies can do to meet this moment – Boston Globe
- 7 Steps for Becoming an Anti-Racism Advocate – Boston Magazine
- Diversity Should be the Bottom Line for Leaders at the Top – Chief Executive
- 5 Tips for Being an Ally (video)
- Proctor & Gamble TV Ads (video)
- Harvard’s Project Implicit: a free tool to measure implicit biases
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Hosted by our partner Newton-Needham Regional Chamber.