Category: shared prosperity
Thursday, June 27, 2019
By Leslie Smith, BLDG Memphis Advocacy & Engagement Program Manager
In April 2019, the Atlantic and the Shared Prosperity Partnership gathered local policymakers and community leaders at the Civil Rights Museum in Memphis to discuss how the legacy of structural racism has affected cities across the country. Together, these groups exchanged views on how public policy can help foster more inclusive growth, and they took a look at those who are currently pushing for...
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