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Tim Cook joins board of directors of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

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Tim Cook joins board of directors of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

Apple CEO Tim Cook has joined the board of directors of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, previously referred to as the Robert F. Kennedy Middle for Justice and Human Rights. The group advocates for human rights and social growth all over the world, and is known as after the past due Robert Kennedy, a private hero of Cook's.

From Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights:

 "Tim is aware of the significance of advocating for and representing individuals who have now not been heard. He has integrity and does now not shy clear of difficult problems when he is aware of they're proper and simply. Tim is deeply dedicated to the social justice paintings that he's serving to Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights accomplish."

Cook has prior to now been known through Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights for his social advocacy, earning the Ripple of Hope Award from the group past due final yr. As CEO of Apple, Tim Cook has been particularly outspoken on social justice problems in the previous couple of years, advocating for a extra inclusive society and opposing a number of legislative efforts that he sees as discriminatory.

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