Capitalism and Communities of Color
James Lowry has devoted most of his professional life trying to bring corporations and minority communities closer together. While Lowry views many of the corporate diversity efforts in the 1960s and 1970s as charity, he says companies are finally starting to create business-driven initiatives supported with resources and leadership commitment. Lowry talks about how corporations and communities alike benefit from supplier diversity, leadership diversity, financial inclusion, racial equity, and minority business enterprises. He also looks back at that a career that spans volunteering in the Peace Corps, working with Bobby Kennedy in Bedford-Stuyvesant, a troubled Brooklyn neighborhood back in the 1960s, and roaming the corridors of corporate power.
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