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Reebok’s Human Rights Awards Returns After 14-Year Hiatus

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Reebok—now the subject of a $2.46 billion deal between Adidas and Authentic Brands Group—handed out its first Human Rights Awards in 14 years Thursday. The footwear brand celebrated the three recipients—LaTonya Myers of Philadelphia, Eva Maria Lewis of Chicago and Hernán Carvente-Martinez of New York—in a virtual ceremony last week. The honorees, activists working to…

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