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‘How’ is a key to racial equality and corporate action addressing anti-Black racism

The OBA will help the legal sector to create feasible plans to improve equality, says new president

Charlene Theodore

Over the past year, as anti-Black racism was once again exposed in all its ugliness and shocking violence, businesses were rightly motivated to issue statements of support for those most affected by systemic racism.

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