Black Lives Matter

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Shortly after the pandemic, the troubling season brought upon a tragedy: the unjust death of George Floyd. News of this injustice caused outrage and protests across the nation and is still the subject of all turmoil. The fight for justice is valid, because our black brothers and sisters face racism and police brutality daily. Imagine being afraid to step outside of your home when you go for a jog or to the grocery store. A father’s life was taken away unjustly due to racism and ignorance. What the Black Lives Matter movement is fighting for is justice. Justice for the innocent lives who were taken away. They are fighting to end the racism that has plagued the black community for so long. There needs to be consequences for the actions of those who have ended black lives. Often, the lootings portray a negative image of the BLM Movement. However, most protestors are on the frontlines everyday fighting for change. Many would argue that protesting does not do much, but in just a course of one week, this is what protesting has accomplished:

  • Minneapolis bans use of choke holds.
  • Charges are upgraded against Officer Chauvin, and his accomplices are arrested and charged.
  • Dallas adopts a “duty to intervene” rule that requires officers to stop other cops who are engaging in inappropriate use of force.
  • New Jersey’s attorney general said the state will update its use-of-force guidelines for the first time in two decades.
  • In Maryland, a bipartisan work group of state lawmakers announced a police reform work group.
  • Police brutality captured on cameras leads to near-immediate suspensions and firings of officers in several cities (i.e., Buffalo, Ft. Lauderdale).
  • The really difficult public and private conversations that are happening about race and privilege.
  • The realizations some white people are coming to about racism and the role of policing in this country.
  • The self-reflection.
  • Cities across the globe have come together after the death of George Floyd:

How does CSI help to champion for change, in terms of Services?

  • We meet clients through unprecedented and unparalelled referrals through nearly 3 decades. 
  • Reaching out to schools from Career Events, Info Sessions, Personal Coaching, andWeb Interviews.
  • Social Media Efforts – To reach out to all ages and digital means, as well as real life situations and how to deal with everyone’s personal and professional struggles.
  • We assist anyone and everyone without prejudices, no matter their skin tone or background.
  • We promote Diversity by providing Internships, Jobs and Free Training for all.
  • “Lean on CSI; when you are not strong, we will help you carry on”.

As an equal opportunity Job Placement agency, we stand with those in the Black Lives Matter Movement. We value the sanctity of all lives, no matter your skin color or background.

Little by little, we are beginning to see change happen. All that is needed is to come together in unity and love, not hate. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out … love can do that.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

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*(Please note that while these are information gathered on current news; this is reinforced by our opinion and may not be construed as a form of advice)*


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