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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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Eva Kis is the online editor at Adweek.
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