The 10 Least Inspiring Corporate Responses to Police Brutality and Systemic Racism, Ranked
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The 10 Least Inspiring Corporate Responses to Police Brutality and Systemic Racism, Ranked

Nice try, we guess?

10. “Star Wars”

Stand with. Stand against. Speak out. Y’all sound like hall monitors. Watch your man John Boyega, he’ll show you how it’s done.

9. Adidas

White supremacy is over, everyone — this weird red line came out of nowhere and took care of it!

8. Hulu

The streaming platform won an Emmy off The Handmaid’s Tale — a story quite literally about systematic oppression — and this is the best they could come up with? Can’t believe we’re saying this, but Quibi is looking pretty good right about now.

7. Oculus

Guess it’s fitting that Facebook’s VR company would be so good at saying virtually nothing at all.

6. Boston Bruins

This is some big “White co-worker with no Black friends” energy right here, folks. Which is to be expected, we guess, from a hockey team based in Boston.

5. Under Armour

“We stand for equality” is the absolute grammatically least you could do to form a complete sentence.

4. Wendy’s

Popeyes had the good sense to delete their “nothing without Black lives” tweet. Wendy’s… did not. Not to mention that “blatant racism” is a remarkable attempt at sanitization. The burgers might be fresh, but this…?

3. Reebok

“Without the black community… America would not exist” is absolutely true, but funny that you sorta gloss over the whole WHY THAT IS part.

2. Washington Redskins

The issue isn’t really the #BlackoutTuesday opportunism, it’s the fact that the world has been asking them to change their racist-ass name for decades.

1. Washington Nationals

Must be something in the Potomac water, because never have so many words been used to communicate so little since the last time the psychopath-in-chief opened his mouth.

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