Wisdom Exchange Tv gathers and shares from people and organizations making conscious-contributions™ in our companies and communities. The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Wisdom Exchange Tv. Links to the original article are found below.

As marches and other displays of activism continue around the world, Certified B Corporations are turning to education, worker supports, and conversation to advance individual and structural changes that will lead to a more inclusive future.

Learn more about anti-racism work in our B The Change Weekly Friday newsletter, and on our B Corporation Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram channels.

Here’s a look at all the good stuff we shared last week:

Ben & Jerry’s Isn’t Afraid to Speak Out — And Finds Sustainability in Business Through Purpose and Profit: B Corp Certification Builds on Longtime Commitment to Business Social Responsibility

How Restorative Justice Can Guide Businesses in the Work Against Systemic Racism: Where Do We Go From Here? Reckoning, Reparations and Rebirth

Change the World? Start with Your Team: It’s Time for Leaders to Listen for Understanding and Commit to Action

New Report Shares Direct Benefits for Businesses of Taking the B Impact Assessment and B Corp Certification: Measurement by Third-Party Platform Key to Impact Improvement and Authentic Purpose

Fueling a Circular Economy through Sustainable Everyday Products: Pela Aims to Eliminate Single-Use Materials for a Waste-Free Future

How Businesses Can Encourage a More Resilient Food System in Africa: During and Beyond COVID-19: Initiatives and Investments Could Bolster Rural Farmers and Create a Sustainable Future

Going Beyond Virtue Signaling: B The Change Weekly


B The Change Week in Review was originally published in B The Change on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Originally posted on B The Change - Medium by B the Change.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Wisdom Exchange Tv gathers and shares from people and organizations making conscious-contributions™ in our companies and communities. The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Wisdom Exchange Tv. Links to the original article are found below.

As marches and other displays of activism continue around the world, Certified B Corporations are turning to education, worker supports, and conversation to advance individual and structural changes that will lead to a more inclusive future.

Learn more about anti-racism work in our B The Change Weekly Friday newsletter, and on our B Corporation Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram channels.

Here’s a look at all the good stuff we shared last week:

Ben & Jerry’s Isn’t Afraid to Speak Out — And Finds Sustainability in Business Through Purpose and Profit: B Corp Certification Builds on Longtime Commitment to Business Social Responsibility

How Restorative Justice Can Guide Businesses in the Work Against Systemic Racism: Where Do We Go From Here? Reckoning, Reparations and Rebirth

Change the World? Start with Your Team: It’s Time for Leaders to Listen for Understanding and Commit to Action

New Report Shares Direct Benefits for Businesses of Taking the B Impact Assessment and B Corp Certification: Measurement by Third-Party Platform Key to Impact Improvement and Authentic Purpose

Fueling a Circular Economy through Sustainable Everyday Products: Pela Aims to Eliminate Single-Use Materials for a Waste-Free Future

How Businesses Can Encourage a More Resilient Food System in Africa: During and Beyond COVID-19: Initiatives and Investments Could Bolster Rural Farmers and Create a Sustainable Future

Going Beyond Virtue Signaling: B The Change Weekly


B The Change Week in Review was originally published in B The Change on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Originally posted on B The Change - Medium by B the Change.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.