An inclusion expert and a CEO on how businesses can keep the anti-racist momentum going

Following the death of George Floyd on May 25 at the hands of Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin, protests have erupted across the globe calling for increased resources for things like social services and decreased policing in black communities. The business world has taken note, as evidenced by an outpouring of messages from companies and their executives saying they stand with black people in their struggle under the racist system in which they live in America. 

In the latest episode of Leadership Next, Fortune’s podcast on the evolving role of CEOs, senior editor Ellen McGirt and Fortune CEO Alan Murray discuss

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