At AT&T, we’ve been engaged in the civil rights movement since the 1960s, but we know that the struggle for equality in Black communities across America still exists. Our focus is on the actions we can take as an organization and as individuals to advance equality. We recognize that might look different today than it did 60 years ago, but it is just as urgent now as it was back then.
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Black employees make up 19% of our U.S. workforce; 13.8% of managers; 23.6% of frontline employees.
Fifty-two years ago, AT&T’s Black employees founded the company’s first Employee Group (EG).
Black individuals make up 14.3% of AT&T’s Board of Directors.