Since their electoral defeat in November, Republicans have been pushing more than 250 restrictive voting laws in 40 different states, with Georgia (whose narrow blue majority secured the election for Biden) up first.
Two weeks ago, we wrote about Black Lives Matter, last week about face masks. And now, it seems, these two unnecessarily divisive issues have coalesced, and companies have been facing criticism for dress code policies that allow or forbid employees from wearing Black Lives Matter face masks, pins, and other attire.
You don’t need me to tell you what’s been happening in our country over the last two weeks, as mass protests have gained unprecedented momentum to redress the systemic racism that endangers and degrades Black people. And you certainly don’t need me to tell you what’s right and wrong--hopefully you’ve already figured that one out for yourself, and, besides, this is a market research blog.