Bloomberg Holds Conversation About Race and Its Role in the Workforce With Employees

Bloomberg Holds Conversation About Race and Its Role in the Workforce With Employees

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For organizations to be truly inclusive, race is a topic that needs to be addressed openly & often. 5,000+ @bloomberg employees joined the diversity and inclusion team for a candid conversation. Here's what was discussed. #diversityandinclusion https://bit.ly/30iNl1M
Friday, June 5, 2020 - 2:55pm

CAMPAIGN: Bloomberg: Global Diversity & Inclusion

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Race remains a difficult topic for any organization to address. But, for those that wish to be truly inclusive, race is a topic that needs to be discussed openly, candidly, and often.

For 90 minutes on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, Mrs. Harriet R. Michel, noted public policy expert on civil rights and race relations, did just that with more than 5,000 of Bloomberg’s employees – over a quarter of the company’s global workforce. During a virtual conversation about racial injustice, Mrs. Michel shared her perspective on how far Black Americans and our wider society have come since her marching on the front lines of the Civil Rights movement in Birmingham, Alabama, during Bloody Sunday in 1965, as well as the state of affairs in today’s current environment.

Visit bloomberg.com to read the full story and watch a recording of this important conversation.