Tim Cook, Covid-19‘s systemic injustice. Apple CEO new on equality as the coronavirus pandemic declines “of our national conversation”He wants it built. As Apple stores began to return to what they were before the coronavirus, Tim Cook said Wall Street JournalA column on the realization of the experiences gained last year in Wrote.
Tim Cook points out that education is a great equalizer
Apple’s CEO says the pandemic highlights longstanding injustices. And now he celebrates being mentioned on this topic. Cook, “In simple theory, an illness should affect all of us equally. But frankly, the opposite is true. We’ve all seen in real time how structural discrimination and barriers to opportunities work in a crisis. said.
To the cook speech “Every burden in our societies, from infection rates and care outcomes to economic woes, to the difficulties of virtual learning while schools are closed, worst off those for whom true equality is always too far from achievement. he continued.
Tim Cook, “As someone who grew up in the civil rights movement, it is frustrating to see how much more work needs to be done, but it is just as encouraging to see how much peace good people can bring. ” In addition, arguing that education is the answer, but not on its own, the CEO said, “Education is a great equalizer” says.
“Our approach at Apple is ‘How can we help?’ “Was to askSays Tim Cook. “This question prompted us to create powerful learning tools. And led them to share freely with tens of thousands of teachers, educators, and parents.“He said.
Cook, for example, Apple’s Race Equality and Justice Initiativegives some of the initiatives in. In addition, such an effort “necessaryHe suggests.
CEO, “Working for a durable and hopeful future“It falls on individuals and communities, companies and governments. Cook also said:This epidemic has taught us something. “UI hope none of us use the long history of injustice as an excuse not to act.” said
Cook, his writing “Our lives on this planet are precious and temporary. Destiny finds a way to remind us that society has been strong for so long”He concludes.
In addition to Cook’s Wall Street JournalIt is stated that his article in, left a positive message to his shareholders. On Apple’s post-pandemic future “largely optimistic”Is emphasized.