Systemic Racism

5 areas to focus on to tackle racial inequality 

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Earl Fitzhugh
Partner, McKinsey & Company
JP Julien
Associate Partner, McKinsey
Nick Noel
Consultant, McKinsey & Company
Shelley Stewart III
Partner, McKinsey & Company
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