‘It’s my responsibility’ to drive change after Floyd’s death


General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra addresses the gathering Wednesday, June 3, 2020 during a press conference of corporate leaders speaking out against racism and injustice at City Hall in Detroit, Michigan.


General Motors CEO and Chairman Mary Barra put the responsibility on herself to ensure the company continues to focus on diversity following the death of George Floyd and other black Americans, which have sparked protests and riots across the country.

“It’s my responsibility as CEO of this company to make sure it doesn’t fall off the agenda,” Barra said Tuesday on LinkedIn’s “This is Working.”

The automaker, according to Barra, is setting near-, medium- and long-term goals…


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