In the weeks after the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and the protests against systemic racism and police brutality in the United States, the national conversation about race has expanded.

As it should. It may be—even should be—uncomfortable to talk about, but that discomfort is a much lesser evil than racism. However, talking shouldn’t be the only goal. In conversation after conversation in recent weeks, I’ve found a similar theme popping up—those who want to do more at their law firms but simply don’t know where to start.

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