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Is There a “Time and Place” to Address Injustice?

"Our country is in a racial crisis, and it is important that none of us turn a blind eye. It may be tempting to pretend as if everything is okay, but each of us must resist the urge to gloss over what is happening. While issues involving racism and police brutality may seem to take place in our social, and “political” arenas, they are unequivocally linked to our workplaces as well."


Thank you to Kelsea Médard, one of our Senior Consultants, for sharing your thoughts on the importance of addressing racial injustices in the workplace (and beyond).

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