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Listen: The Power Of Stakeholder Pressure: How Companies Are Responding To Systemic Racism

In our inaugural episode, co-hosts Corinne Bendersky and Mike Ferguson discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and how it’s translating into calls for greater racial equity in the workplace.S&P Global CEO Doug Peterson and Funmi Afonja share their unique perspectives on the BLM movement and how employees, companies, and society at large are confronting the reality of racism. Corinne also digs in further with sustainable finance analyst Neesha-ann Longdon, focusing on what “diversity and inclusion” means in practice and how stakeholders are pressuring companies to not only respond to the current movement, but enact meaningful long-term changes to root out racism from corporate cultures.