Five Steps Towards Partnering with Higher Education to solve Systemic Racism

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When we think of racism, we often think of it on an individual level: insults being thrown on the streets, violent threats, or people being shunned from venues. This is commonly what we picture racism to look like, but institutional and systemic racism is often left unchecked, being far more…

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Chief Executive Officer and Founder of The Corelink Solution

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