Protests provide Atlanta business community an opportunity to address racism. Emory’s ethics director explains how.

Protests against racism and police brutality have disturbed the status quo in Atlanta, other Georgia cities and in every state across America. Sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minnesota at the hands of police officers, and the deaths of many other black Americans, the protests are actually “an expression of power” with an expectation of change, according to Paul Root Wolpe, the director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University.  “This is one of those moments where there is a real…

Protests against racism and police brutality have disturbed the status quo in Atlanta, other Georgia cities and in every state across America. Sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minnesota at the hands of police officers, and the deaths of many other black Americans, the protests are actually “an expression of power” with an expectation of change, according to Paul Root Wolpe, the director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University.  “This is one of those moments where there is a real…

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