Black lives need to matter in corporate America, too


When Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were killed by police in July, I was devastated, confused, frustrated — and didn’t know what to do. I did know I wasn’t going to march. I marched after Eric Garner’s life was taken by police with an illegal chokehold in 2014. I protested. I chanted. I stopped traffic. I was convinced “a change is gonna come.” And then, once again, no one was held accountable. I felt helpless.

In July, I spoke to coworkers and texted with friends. I embraced my family. We were all searching for answers. Who has a voice that would be heard? Who could catalyze the change needed, as the government stumbles to act? Who could galvanize the people, while the people struggle to be recognized? Read more…

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Stella Densmore