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Is the U.S. Chamber Going the Way of the Dinosaurs?

Nobody likes it when the company you keep exhibits behavior that conflicts with your beliefs and values. It is an awkward moment at best. In that moment, we may feel strongly enough to confront and correct the misdeeds that assaulted our sensibility. Or not. This is precisely what is happening now within the membership of the US Chamber of Commerce. Many of its members who overwhelmingly proclaim to support a more sustainable, just, and equitable society are uncomfortable, at best, with the Chamber’s active lobbying against the policy changes needed to realize the stated goals and values of those members.…
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Jeffrey Hollender is CEO, co-founder and Board Chair of the American Sustainable Business Network, which through its national member network represents more than 250,000 businesses in a wide range of industries.
MaryAnne Howland is Chair of the American Sustainable Business Council and Founder and President, Ibis Communications, where she has led a team of professionals in branding and marketing solutions directed toward a diverse and inclusive audience. She founded the Global Diversity Leadership Exchange, which is a member of the United ... Read more

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