KPMGers on advancing racial equity and justice

Since the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and Rayshard Brooks, KPMG has spoken up against racism and hate, and is working to take action to advance racial equity and justice.

Here are KPMGers speaking up and taking action:

Paul Knopp: An audacious five-year strategy to drive meaningful change

June 19, 2020

Here is a letter I shared with all KPMG professionals outlining my strategic vision to accelerate diversity and equity in our workplace.

Celebrating Juneteenth and the power of allies

June 19, 2020

Michele Meyer-Shipp says this year, given the horror and heartbreak we’ve witnessed recently, Juneteenth in many ways is more important than ever.

Why I celebrate Juneteenth

June 19, 2020

Rudy Favard says this is a time to remember what the Black community has conquered, and what we have yet to overcome.

Paul Knopp: Reflecting on KPMG's role in advancing racial equity and justice

June 5, 2020

These past few weeks have demanded that all of us speak out against racism and bigotry, and take action to bring about real, lasting change.

Lynne Doughtie: Turning words into action

June 5, 2020

Our leadership team stands united with our Black colleagues in speaking up against acts of racism, bigotry, and hate. They have no place at KPMG.

Change starts with you

June 5, 2020

Perspectives from N'Neka (Neka) Wilson, a KPMG Advisory senior associate based in New York City.

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