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Companies like Netflix, McDonald's, and Target are speaking out amid the George Floyd protests — and some are actually taking action

Business Insider Monday, 1 June 2020
Companies like Netflix, McDonald's, and Target are speaking out amid the George Floyd protests — and some are actually taking action· Protests are spreading through the US after the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for over 8 minutes.
· Many companies are weighing in on the protests, but not all of them have announced specific actions, donations, or internal changes.
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