PwC chair encourages talks on race af...

PwC chair encourages talks on race after Dallas shooting

There are 3 comments on the WebCPA story from Wednesday Sep 12, titled PwC chair encourages talks on race after Dallas shooting. In it, WebCPA reports that:

Tim Ryan, U.S. chairman of PwC, wants workers to try to understand how black colleagues might be feeling after a police officer shot and killed one of the company's workers in Dallas last week. "Emotions are raw not only in Dallas but across the firm," Ryan said in an email on Tuesday to employees.

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Dallas, TX

#1 Wednesday Sep 12
Something needs to be done so we can drop all the laws that we have saying we can't speak the truth about the outstanding Africans and get this problem dealt with

Dallas, TX

#2 Wednesday Sep 12
you know what who really gives a s*** anymore America has completely went out of its way trying to help the blacks we've been giving them free college for the past 30 years we have law saying that we can't fight against them and we have to see them on TV everyday down in the whites I'm so sick of it let him go to Africa and eat mud cookies with a rest of the f****** monkeys I hope you get mad n***** come do something about it

United States

#3 Wednesday Sep 12
I understand completely where black folks are mad. But I truly believe this was an accident and had nothing to do with race. Yes she should get charged with manslaughter. I admit it is a sketchy story but I've actually seen stranger things. It is very odd that the neighbors say she was pounding on the door and screaming let me in but to be honest if these neighbors are black they're going to say anything to pin her for the simple fact it was a black man that she shot, it's the American way these days. Now as bad as that sounds don't get me wrong, I believe if she would have just walked in she would have noticed a different smell a different atmosphere than her own home. No home smells the same! So if she took her time and walked in like she was just coming home she would have noticed something. There was lighting enough to see her on the balcony in the video so you would think she would know that is not her door. But as a human I think about all the times I have tried to get in the wrong car or actually open the door and realized it wasn't my own vehicle. Times I have been in deep thought and turned too late or too soon while driving and did not realise it until I was in the wrong area. Point being that she very well could have parked on the wrong floor and not knowing it. I could see myself doing that easily. I do think a normal citizen that wasn't a police officer would have ran and called the police if noticing someone in their home,where a trained officer that is trained go into danger is going to go on in and find out who the hell is in their apartment. IF her story is true then I can understand how this happened. Their apartment doors are like Hotel doors and many times I have woke up the next morning with my door a jar in a hotel. like it was shut and you couldn't tell but you could pull it straight open without turning the handle. So there are many things in this story that don't add up but actually could add up. I pray for Bothem's family. It is so heartbreaking.

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