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The New Push for Corporate Diversity Comes with an Atlanta Address

For The Wall Street Journal, I photographed CEO of Walker and Company Tristan Walker and his two sons. Tristan moved himself and his family from Silicon Valley, to Atlanta, after his son Avery commented on how white the community was. He wanted his two sons to experience the richness of Black life first hand, thus choosing Atlanta for their new home.

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The New Push for Corporate Diversity Comes with an Atlanta Address

For The Wall Street Journal, I photographed CEO of Walker and Company Tristan Walker and his two sons. Tristan moved himself and his family from Silicon Valley, to Atlanta, after his son Avery commented on how white the community was. He wanted his two sons to experience the richness of Black life first hand, thus choosing Atlanta for their new home.

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The New Push for Corporate Diversity Comes with an Atlanta Address

For The Wall Street Journal, I photographed CEO of Walker and Company Tristan Walker and his two sons. Tristan moved himself and his family from Silicon Valley, to Atlanta, after his son Avery commented on how white the community was. He wanted his two sons to experience the richness of Black life first hand, thus choosing Atlanta for their new home.

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The New Push for Corporate Diversity Comes with an Atlanta Address

For The Wall Street Journal, I photographed CEO of Walker and Company Tristan Walker and his two sons. Tristan moved himself and his family from Silicon Valley, to Atlanta, after his son Avery commented on how white the community was. He wanted his two sons to experience the richness of Black life first hand, thus choosing Atlanta for their new home.

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The New Push for Corporate Diversity Comes with an Atlanta Address

For The Wall Street Journal, I photographed CEO of Walker and Company Tristan Walker and his two sons. Tristan moved himself and his family from Silicon Valley, to Atlanta, after his son Avery commented on how white the community was. He wanted his two sons to experience the richness of Black life first hand, thus choosing Atlanta for their new home.

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