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Microsoft President on racial injustice in the U.S.
Microsoft President Brad Smith says the company is thinking about ways to address racial injustice and other issues affecting minority communities at this time of civil unrest. "We need to use this moment to inspire ourselves to take sustained action and persist," he said.
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