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Brands face up to social-justice issues

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A reckoning is sweeping through the advertising, media, and tech industries along with the rest of corporate America as companies face up to their role in racial-justice issues. Editors have stepped down at Bon Appétit, Refinery29, The New York Times, and Philadelphia Inquirer. Facebook and the Times employees walked out to protest their company’s handling of these issues. Many companies are examining their policies and practices around hiring, news coverage, and advertising as it relates to people from underrepresented communities.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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