We Stand Against White Supremacy and for Black Lives.

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  1. Seeking widespread police reforms including requiring police officers to live in the communities they serve and be subject to outside investigations of misconduct
  2. Demanding an end to the carceral state that prioritizes mass incarceration over providing basic human services to the communities who need it most and an investment in restorative justice-based approaches
  3. Calling on Congress to pass H.R. 40 to address the fundamental injustice, cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of slavery in the U.S. and establish a commission to study and consider a national apology and proposal for reparations

Our Response to the Ongoing Violence Against Black Communities

How has Ethos supported the Black community in response to the recent cases of police brutality?

  • National Bail Fund Network
  • The Center for Popular Democracy
  • Poor People’s Campaign
  • Movement for Black People’s Lives
  • Minnesota Freedom Fund
  • Reclaim the Block
  • Black Visions Collective
  • For My Block

“In business we set targets on everything,” Ms. Hobson said. “Only in the area of diversity have I seen C.E.O.s chronically say, ‘We’re working on it.”

– From “Corporate America Has Failed Black America

When it comes to our own Black community, saying “we’re working on it” is not enough.First things first, we have to be honest about race and color on our team.

  • Part-Time Employees: 1 White, 1 Black
  • Contract Consultants and Facilitators: 3 Black, 1 Asian, and 1 White

Teaching Love. Scaling Empathy. Founder & CEO of Ethos Talent. Executive Director of Embolden & Co. Program Director for 1871’s WIC Accelerator.

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