Addressing racism in your business during this time of national reckoning is essential. Before rushing to make public statements of support, ensure you are opening up the conversation internally and centering the voices of your employees of color. This resource advises business owners not to shrink away from the topic out of fear of getting it wrong. Being authentic, reflective, and admitting what you don’t know is an important first step. It’s also critical that business owners and managers check in on their employees of color and are prepared to step back and listen. Keep in mind that some employees may not want to speak about their experiences or feel safe doing so. For those that want to share, it is imperative to provide safe opportunities for these discussions. Lastly, opening up dialogue must be followed by committing to ongoing efforts that support employees of color and advance racial justice.