Last June, the Black Lives Matter movement awakened us to how deeply rooted institutional racism remains in our society. For our team at ClassPass, it mobilized us to take action and commit to structural change within our company and within the health and wellness industry at large. We rallied as a team and committed to several initiatives and programs in June 2020 (which you can read more about here) which we plan to pursue for the long term. Since then, we’ve gotten to work, leaning into discomfort, taking a hard look at our own shortcomings and evaluating where we are best poised to make a meaningful impact. We owe it to our community to follow up on our commitments and to be transparent with our progress — and to recognize where we still have work to do. Showcasing Black-owned fitness and wellness businesses To help us better amplify underrepresented businesses, partners can now self-identify as Black-owned, Woman-owned, Hispanic/Latinx-owned, Indigenous-owned, Asian-owned, and LGBTQ-owned. We are using this data to more regularly spotlight and support our …
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