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  • what we saw this past summer, okay?

    我們看到這個夏天,好嗎?

  • And how different it waas, uh, to what we saw this past week in Washington, D.

    和我們上週在華盛頓看到的情況有多大的不同

  • C, where we had last summer peaceful protesters who were black and of all races, uh, who are who are facing full military presence tear gas, rubber bullets on.

    C,在那裡我們有去年夏天的和平抗議者 誰是黑人和所有的種族,呃,誰是誰面臨全面的軍事存在 催淚瓦斯,橡膠子彈上。

  • Then this week you saw armed rioters trying to overthrow the U.

    然後這周你看到武裝暴徒試圖推翻美國。

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  • Government being essentially escorted in and out.

    政府基本上是被護送著進進出出。

  • Uh, that shows you how critical it is to change the narrative on race on.

    呃,這表明你是多麼的關鍵 改變對種族的敘述。

  • That isn't going to change, in my opinion, until white people are working side by side with people of color in diverse organizations when they when they see white people of color on the same path to economic mobility in the same social clubs that they're in on on, they see leaders in our communities that beyond athletes and entertainment in a country divided right, many of us are currently existing in societies that are marked by political polarization, income inequality and other kind of systemic issues.

    在我看來,這不會改變,直到白人在不同的組織中與有色人種並肩工作,當他們看到有色人種的白人在同樣的社會俱樂部中走上經濟流動的道路時,他們看到我們社區中的領導人,除了運動員和娛樂業之外,在一個分裂的國家中,我們中的許多人目前存在於以政治兩極化,收入不平等和其他類型的系統性問題為標誌的社會中。

  • Racism, classism, colorism.

    種族主義、階級主義、膚色主義。

  • You know, I thought about the CEOs over the past couple of days in the past week, you know, many of them step forward to speak out against this attack, right?

    你知道,我想到了過去幾天的CEO們,在過去的一週裡,你知道,他們中的很多人站出來反對這次攻擊,對嗎?

  • And it's great on one hand that these leaders are beginning toe leverage, that corporate voice.

    一方面,這些領導人開始利用,企業的聲音,這很好。

  • But they did not, however, speak to how this was different, how the response from law enforcement was different.

    但是,他們並沒有說到這有什麼不同,執法部門的反應有什麼不同。

  • We find ourselves in this kind of, uh, tremendous moment of complexity and during quarantine, Uh, you have no distractions, you really can't look away.

    我們發現自己在這種,呃, 巨大的複雜時刻 和隔離期間, 呃,你有沒有分心, 你真的不能看走眼。

  • And so when we think about the reckoning on race that came on the back off, um, in the aftermath of George Floyd that's forced all of us toe learn history, begin to talk about it and act differently.

    所以,當我們考慮到對種族的清算 在喬治-弗洛伊德事件後,這迫使我們所有人學習歷史, 開始談論它,並採取不同的行動。

  • It's, I think what makes it different is I think the world can't deny that inequities exist and organizations are obviously being held to task.

    這是,我認為它的不同之處在於,我認為世界上不能否認不公平的存在,而組織顯然是被追究的。

what we saw this past summer, okay?

我們看到這個夏天,好嗎?

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要求僱主在種族不平等問題上做更多工作 (Employers asked to do more on racial inequality)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 11 日
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