Mark Stewart on Jobs
A: Women are more empowered by helping themselves.˙ In most cases, they have the Free Market as their ally.˙ There are very few employers that dislike women; those who do should stay free to suffer the consequences of not having talented workers helping their sales and production.˙ They might also suffer the consequences of consumers who don't like discrimination (that's 99% of us) not buying their products.
Minorities can and should act similarly.˙ And I'd still propose advocates for those who have a hard time standing up for themselves (including those in government employ)˙ In the Free Market˙ if your employer is racist and you are suffering because of it, leave.˙ He loses your talents and just may lose the business of we who despise racism.˙ I strongly believe in consumer boycotts. If they are backed up by truth, I support consumers withholding their purchases as a way to alter corporate practices.
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