Apple Impact Accelerator Looks to Center Racial Equity in Tackling Climate Change

Tech giant Apple announced 15 Black- and Brown-owned green tech businesses joining its Impact Accelerator program to receive training, expertise, and become prospective future suppliers to Apple. Apple's Alisha Johnson, program lead for its racial equity and justice initiative, explained why the company focused on climate change for its program. "It's a challenge that requires everybody to come to the table," she said. "So, I think you can't have too many cooks in this kitchen. You can't have too many people bring solutions and ideas, and because it's a top priority for Apple — because it's a top priority for so many leaders — we knew this was a space we needed to engage immediately."
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