As civil unrest spread across the United States, many workers sought ways to support equality and dismantle racism within their companies. Writer and editor Michelle Garcia explains what actions you can take to confront problems directly and make a difference for people of color at your workplace. She suggests that becoming their ally and learning how to be part of the solution and not the problem can help heal historic wounds.
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Writer and editor Michelle Garcia was a deputy editor at Vice. She previously worked for Out, Vox, Mic and The Advocate.
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