#EthicsMatters Discussion on Sustainable Allyship
Thursday, February 11, 2021
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET
Zoom link will be provided separately.
The EMBA Student Leadership and Ethics Board invites you to an #EthicsMatters conversation about navigating and sustaining allyship from a corporate, political, and citizen perspective. This is a follow up conversation to #EthicsMatters: America's Responsibility to Black Lives Matter, hosted on October 28, and will consider allyship as a response to social justice movements. All students interested in discussing allyship are welcome to attend.
Pre-Reading for Discussion:
- Your Boss Made a Biased Remark. Should You Confront Them?
- Race & Ethnicity In The Workplace: The Road To Active Allyship
- How To Be An Ally For Black Lives
- Engage In Non-Optical Allyship For Black Lives Matter
About #EthicsMatters Conversation Series
The Student Leadership and Ethics Board coordinates the #EthicsMatters Conversation Series in order to encourage interactive group discussions among students about ethical issues in business that are prevalent in the media. These discussions are facilitated by members of the Student Leadership and Ethics Board and are held in small groups of 10-15 Columbia Business School students. They are open, respectful, and non-judgmental forums to allow for all students to voice their thoughts and opinions. Please strive to be kind and courteous towards others throughout the conversation.
This event is part of the Phillips Pathway for Inclusive Leadership (PPIL) program, focusing on the DEI essential skill of communicating across identities.