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ICYMI: Coca-Cola Will Only Hire Law Firms If They Have Enough Black Lawyers (Details)

The following article, ICYMI: Coca-Cola Will Only Hire Law Firms If They Have Enough Black Lawyers (Details), was first published on Flag And Cross.

Coca-Cola is taking this “woke” nonsense to a whole new level. And you know what generally happens when a company does something like this: they usually lose a good amount of money before eventually reversing course (however slightly).

Check this out, via The Daily Wire:

Coca-Cola debuted a new policy this year implementing a diversity quota for the outside counsel it retains, saying it will only hire law firms that commit to providing 15 percent of billed time from black attorneys, higher than the percentage of African Americans in the U.S. population.

On January 28, the soft drink titan’s legal department wrote a letter to the company’s U.S. outside counsel outlining Coca-Cola’s new requirement that law firms must “commit that at least 30% of each of billed associate and partner time will be from diverse attorneys, and of such amounts at least half will be from Black attorneys.”

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Those requirements will tighten over time, with the “ultimate aspiration” that “at least” 50 percent of billed time will be from “diverse” attorneys, and 25 percent from black attorneys. Firms are expected to work to apply that standard to their existing work with Coca-Cola as well.

African Americans make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population. The percentage of black lawyers is much lower, African American attorneys making up just five percent of all U.S. lawyers, the American Bar Association reported last year.

Here’s some random Coca-Cola noise from Twitter…

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We don’t allow coca cola products in my house.

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I agree. It is time we Americans boycott any organization who does things like Coke is doing. Every citizen must be treated equally; not given special treatment to one group over another. Remember, this is a form of slavery and slavery was outlawed in the 1894.

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