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Jeff Bezos responded to an 'offended' customer who wants Amazon to say All Lives Matter instead of Black Lives Matter: 'My stance won't change' (AMZN)

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Jeff Bezos responded to an 'offended' customer who wants Amazon to say All Lives Matter instead of Black Lives Matter: 'My stance won't change' (AMZN)· Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shared an email exchange he had with a customer upset about the Black Lives Matter banner on Amazon's website.
· Bezos wrote that the Black Lives Matter movement "doesn't mean other lives don't matter."
· "I want you to know I support this movement that we see happening all around us and my stance...
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