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This Black Woman Teaches CEOs How to Be Less Racist

In the wake of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and the protests that followed, many companies, businesses, and organizations were reflecting on how they could do a better job of promoting equality and ending systemic bias in their workplace. For help, they turned to Akilah Cadet, an Oakland-based community leader and activist who, through her company, Change Cadet, advises companies and CEOs on navigating and implementing social justice.

“I dismantle white supremacy. I do this for Fortune 500 companies, global brands…




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Jolie A. Doggett

Jolie A. Doggett

former senior platform editor @ZORAmag | book lover | fangirl | Black woman | Terp

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