Black Lives Matter: A Corporate Conversation Worth Having?
Caldwell, Chelsey Elizabeth
This research looks at the Black Lives Matter movement and corporate social responsibility. This content aims to evaluate the intersection of this controversial social movement and popular business topic to conclude whether business executives need to address racial injustice and social concerns within the workplace. Drawing upon secondary sources including business periodicals and editorials, this research explores the question: Do businesses have a corporate social responsibility to employees concerning the Black Lives Matter movement? Ultimately, this case shows the importance of business leaders initiating the conversation of social injustice within the workplace.
Black Lives Matter, corporate social responsibility, social injustice, racial injustice, Honors College
Caldwell, C. E. (2017). Black Lives Matter: A corporate conversation worth having? (Unpublished thesis). Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.