As demonstrations continue across the country in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the automotive industry, like many others, has had to confront its rocky relationship with racial inequality, diversity, and inclusion. Here to discuss his perspective on the black experience in automotive retail, is Emanuel Jones, President of the Legacy Automotive Group, and Georgia State Senator representing District 10 since 2005.
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