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Doing the Work: What Does It Mean To Be a Just Company?

More than 75 percent of Americans feel it is "deeply important that companies respond to racial injustice” in order to earn or keep their trust, and 86 percent expect brands to solve both societal and personal problems. Companies across sectors have answered the call, issuing statements in support of inclusive systems that serve everyone and claiming to stand with vulnerable communities. Now, the hard work begins: What does it really mean to be a just company, to go beyond words and embed a commitment to equity into everything you do?

In this series sponsored by HP, we’ll take a closer look at how companies can make justice central to doing business and use their influence to promote a brighter future for all. (Images courtesy of HP and NABU)