THE JOHN R. LEWIS RACIAL JUSTICE CASE COMPETITION

FOCUSING ON THE INTERSECTION OF BUSINESS & RACIAL INEQUALITY

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THE GOIZUETA BLACK MBA ASSOCIATION IS PROUD TO SUPPORT THE JOHN R. LEWIS RACIAL JUSTICE CASE COMPETITION

The John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition, named for the Civil Rights icon and Congressman, is a student-run case competition that seeks to connect business students with corporations in an effort to create innovative and actionable corporate racial justice initiatives. After a preliminary application round, 20 semi-finalist teams, comprised of BBA and MBA student teams from universities across the country, will be assigned one of 4-5 Fortune 500 companies (representing various industries) to answer the question, “How can that corporation best use its various resources (not just financial) to address issues of racial justice in one or more of three areas: wealth/income disparities, health outcome disparities, educational/skills attainment gaps?”

Please visit the official case competition website to learn more!