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  1. Black Wine Businesses Are Cultivating Their Communities

    Black Wine Businesses Are Cultivating Their Communities

    Black Wine Businesses Are Cultivating Their Communities "Over the past two years, we and others have written a great deal about the wine industry finally embracing diversity. Hanging over that, however, has been an uncomfortable question: Is this real, or is it just talk?" Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher

  2. Dorothy

    Post-Verdict: Keeping the Focus on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion

    "After we began absorbing the guilty verdicts delivered to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, one thing became clear to us: People cannot step back from working for racial and social justice, equality, and inclusion."

  3. Some Glimmers of Hope for Inclusion Begin to Emerge in the Wine Industry

    Some Glimmers of Hope for Inclusion Begin to Emerge in the Wine Industry

    "Right now, they appear like small lights flickering in the darkness, but they are out there, signs of progress in the making of a more inclusive and healthier wine culture in this country." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
  4. How Wine Can Stop Its Return to an Era of Snoot

    How Wine Can Stop Its Return to an Era of Snoot

    "In the 1970s, sommeliers at many fine restaurants were White French men, or at least White males who pretended to be French. With tastevins around their necks, their job was to make customers feel stupid, spend more than they planned and drink French wine."
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