Quote Of The Day
“There was no real transparency in the process, so I became very frustrated with the fact that there was no clear-cut person in charge, it was Nike investigating Nike, and seemingly some of the people involved in the process were investigating themselves….”
“It looks both weak and cowardly that as a corporation they won’t release what they found. There’s a certain point where people would have a lot more respect for them as a broader institution and respect what they’re now trying to do if they also admitted what they did wrong. I can’t look at a future brightly if I can’t see them reflecting on their past.”
–Mary Cain talking to Erin Strout of Womensrunning.com about now Nike’s investigation of the NOP’s treatment of women is complete but won’t be released to the public.
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