“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” — Martin Luther King, Jr.

My Racial Awakening

My journey in learning, listening, and making changes

Back in June, I wrote about the tragic death of George Floyd and the subsequently renewed focus on social injustice in our country. Since June and what I have observed happening in my company and community, I have reflected on my actions and adjusted from running a sprint to pacing for the marathon.

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Marc Kermisch

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Technologist | Board Member | Advisor — with 25 years of experience across Retail, Manufacturing, Utilities, Financial Services and Start-ups.

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