Why Aren't There More Black CEOs?
Clip: 06/12/2020 | 2m 41s Video has closed captioning.
In 2000, when Richard Parsons became the CEO of Time Warner, he said it was just the beginning of a wave of senior Black CEOs. But in 2020, boardrooms in corporate America are still overwhelmingly white. To discuss what is needed to combat inequality, Christiane speaks with Parsons and Darren Walker, the president of the Ford Foundation.
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