Infographic: The Stories We Tell About Black Americans Are Changing

Black Lives Matter went from a social movement to a business mandate in 2020. Protests that began over police shootings escalated into every industry reflecting on how they’ve been, at best, complacent–and at worst, complicit–in systemic racism.

Black Lives Matter went from a social movement to a business mandate in 2020. Protests that began over police shootings escalated into every industry reflecting on how they’ve been, at best, complacent–and at worst, complicit–in systemic racism.

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Black Lives Matter went from a social movement to a business mandate in 2020. Protests that began over police shootings escalated into every industry reflecting on how they’ve been, at best, complacent–and at worst, complicit–in systemic racism.

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