Even as protesters have filled streets, parks and TV screens amid outrage since the death of George Floyd, Brigette Lumpkins has kept putting on makeup in the morning and smiling through virtual meetings with clients. “I’m still having to dial in and perform as though nothing is wrong,” she says.

“This is my day job, and being black is like my other job,” says Ms. Lumpkins, a Miami-based director of business development at professional-services firm EisnerAmper. The 46-year-old has been staying up at night to watch the news….

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