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Retail Gets Real To Mitigate Racial Bias in the Shopping Experience

By: 3BL Media

By Shelley E. Kohan

SOURCE: Tapestry, Inc.


Joanne Crevoiserat, CEO of Tapestry (parent company of Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weitzman), said, “There has never been a more urgent time for us to demonstrate our commitment to inclusivity, be it the political landscape, customer expectations, or simply our belief in protecting equality and equity for all.” Crevosierat discussed how Open to All’s mission closely aligns with Tapestry’s core values, one of which is to embrace difference by design. “We believe we do our best work when we are able to champion diversity at all levels of our organization and build a culture where all of our employees are empowered to bring their whole, authentic selves to work and our customers always feel welcome.” Tapestry’s goal, much like the goal of Open to All, is to build a truly inclusive environment where people from all backgrounds, perspectives and experiences can thrive.

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Tweet me: Tapestry, Inc. has signed the @OpenToAllOfUs Mitigating Racial Bias Charter because they are dedicated to fostering retail environments that protect everyone from discrimination. #StopRetailRacism


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