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Jun. 19, 2024

Highlights from my virtual roundtable discussion with 3 top women attorneys

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How the murder of George Floyd and the rise of the anti-woke movement have impacted the DEI landscape: the importance of staying the course, using data to drive action, leveraging legal skills and networks, and supporting diverse representation and innovation.

The murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, was not just a catalyst for civil unrest, it represented a turning point for industries across America to reexamine and even expand commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). This, in turn, was manifested by industries' publicly-articulated pronouncements of DEI goals. However, following wave after wave of pledges, the landscape began to evolve -- often backward -- with the rise of the so-called "anti-woke" move...

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