Article courtesy of Best Buy
As we shared a couple of weeks ago in a letter from our CEO Corie Barry, Best Buy is committed to doing better; specifically, taking action to address the racial injustice in our society and communities. We’ve created a diverse task force within the company to find and create meaningful change. We’ve committed to creating more than 100 Teen Tech Centers, designed to bridge the opportunity gap and the digital divide, for teens in disinvested communities. And we’ve founded a new public-private effort to provide computers and internet access to thousands of youth who have neither.
Today, we’re building on these actions as our Senior Leadership Team announced two updates that will further empower our employees to create positive changes in their communities by making sure their voices are heard.
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