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The edit team at Fortune has been working overtime to bring candor, resources and accountability to this urgent moment.

But first, here’s your week in review, in Haiku.

If you are tired,
do what is in front of you.
It will be enough.

If you are tired,
feed your body and your soul.
You deserve the rest.

If you are tired
but fear being left behind,
we will hold your place.

If you are tired
and cannot see the right path
you will find your way.

It’s good to be still,
to listen, take turns, seek peace:
When you are tired.

Be safe and take good care, if you can.

EDITOR’S NOTE: I am sad to announce that we’re saying good-bye to Tamara El-Waylly, who is moving on to another editorial adventure. She has been an expert editor, fierce ally, and friend. I will miss her dearly.

And then, another door opened. Starting today, I am thrilled to welcome my dear colleague, Fortune writer Aric Jenkins to the team as editor and collaborator. He also covers the intersection of the entertainment and technology industries. Expect his voice here often. Oh, the places we will go.

Ellen McGirt
@ellmcgirt
Ellen.McGirt@fortune.com

Lyron Foster is a Hawaii based African American Musician, Author, Actor, Blogger, Filmmaker, Philanthropist and Multinational Serial Tech Entrepreneur.

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