What you need to know
- Apple CEO Tim Cook has written an editorial for The Wall Street Journal.
- Cook said that there was an urgent need for healing and education in the post-pandemic world.
Tim Cook has called for "a durable and hopeful future for all" in a new editorial for The Wall Street Journal.
In the piece, Cook writes:
Cook says that while "simple theory" suggests a disease should treat us all equally "in plain fact, the opposite is true":
Cook said that "we can't simply assume" that healing would follow the pandemic, and that all of us have a responsibility "to ensure that what's ahead is not just the end of a disease but a durable and hopeful future for all who sacrificed and endured during this unprecedented time."
Cook highlighted education as an essential place to focus, describing it as a "great equalizer" and drawing attention to Apple's own work through its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative before concluding:
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