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This video will probably be banned in China—here's why

The US-China trade war is reshaping business globally. American airline companies, fashion brands, and most recently the NBA are self-censoring for fear of upsetting the Chinese Communist Party. Large US corporations fear taking a side on the Hong Kong protests or on its territories—Taiwan, Tibet and Tiananmen—due to the possibility of losing out on such a profitable market. By doing so, are these companies promoting Chinese propaganda? And what should be done about it? There isn't a clear-cut answer.
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Ben & Jerry's has successfully blended ice cream and activism for decades—here's how

At the intersection of activism and confectionary delight is none other than Ben & Jerry’s. The company has stood up for everything from climate change to same sex marriage to Black lives matter and defunding the police. And in June 2020, the brand took a bold stance against white supremacy, proving that in business, silence is no longer an option. Host Chris Denson spoke with Head of Global Activism Strategy Christopher Miller and Global Social Mission Officer Dave Rapaport about the realities of being a mission-driven brand and what they’re doing to change their internal culture to reflect the brand's own outward ideals.

Ben & Jerry's has successfully blended ice cream and activism for decades—here's how
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