It's Time for Organizations to Use Their Voice
Deft hands can elicit extraordinary change on race and inequality
Communicators may not be the most visible members of an organization, but deft hands can elicit extraordinary change.
In the wake of George Floyd’s death, and a renewed conversation around race and equality in American society, communicators must push their organizations for accountability and transparent action.
“These are very different times,” said Danielle Veira, director of communications and engagement at A Better Chicago and executive director for ColorComm’s Chicago chapter. “Things just feel different than they even did many years ago when we were marching about Freddie Gray and Mike Brown and Trayvon [Martin] and Tamir [Rice] and all of them.”
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