Companies Donates To Fight Racial Injustice & Black Lives Matter

People gather at the Confederate Museum during a protest in Charleston, South Carolina on June 20, 2015. The group gathered to protest violence and discrimination against African Americans as well as the mass shooting at the Emanuel AME Church. A website apparently created by Dylann Roof emerged Saturday in which the accused Charleston church shooter rails against African Americans and appears in photographs with guns and burning the US flag. His arrest warrant revealed how on June 17 he allegedly shot the six women and three men, aged 26 through 87, multiple times with a high-caliber handgun and then stood over a survivor to make a “racially inflammatory” statement. AFP PHOTO/BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)


Starbucks issued a letter from its CEO saying that the chain had “a partner forum for any Starbucks partners who felt compelled to join a conversation about the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor and the many other racial injustices that have shaken the entire country and each one of us.” The online forum consisted of 2,000 employees.


Ben & Jerry’s

The ice cream brand has been vocal about the Black Lives Matter movement in the past. In addition to re-sharing the post they made in 2016, they also issued another blog post called “Silence is not an option” in which they detailed support for national actions including support for Congress to pass HR 40 and echoed George Floyd’s family in calling for the creation of “a national task force that would draft bipartisan legislation aimed at ending racial violence and increasing police accountability.”



McDonald’s President Joe Erlinger issued an open letter on LinkedIn saying the company would “provide several opportunities to discuss these issues and our commitment to diversity and inclusion” and asked for suggestions on actions it could take to prove its commitment.


Taco Bell


Wendys announced that it was donating $500,000 to “support social justice, the youth and education in the Black community starting with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and we’ll have receipts.” The chain also said it would also be using its popular Twitter account to amplify the voices of Black creators in the coming days.

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