What exactly is the heritage that we deserve?
I am noticing a disturbing trend among corporates in that they claim to be contributing to supplier diversity but in reality are just giving the MBEs a lip service. Some are honest enough to say that they can only support WBENC and NMSDC and make it appear like this by itself is supplier diversity. They do nothing else and do not do outreach to MBEs.
While others do some kind of outreach, they do so only to Hispanic Americans and African Americans and only to one Asian organization in Washington DC though she were the only representative of the AAPIs.
What good is it to through these two organizations but give no outreach to thousands of possible MBE supplier who also happen to be AAPIs. Its as though they subconsciously want MBEs and AAPI ethnic media to go extinct which is definitely not the kind of heritage we deserve.
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