Unfiltered, uncomfortable and real talk from Black execs
Last month, during the Crain-produced Detroit Homecoming, I had the chance to moderate a conversation about "Corporate America's" response to the country's urgent racial equity conversations.
It was a powerful conversation, and it took some turns I didn't expect. (In that, I have new sympathy for Chris Wallace.)
The speakers were four powerful Black executives with ties to Detroit: self-made media mogul Byron Allen, founder and chairman of Entertainment Studios and Allen Media in Los...