Systemic Racism

How the media and entertainment industry is addressing systemic racism

Advertising, consumer products, gaming, music, social media and sports companies are addressing systemic racism in their culture and content. Image: hyejin kang

Marcus Burke

Research Analyst, Media, Entertainment and Sport, World Economic Forum

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