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Why tackling racism and racial injustice must be part of the Decade of Action

The World Economic Forum and GHR Foundation are partnering to advance racial and social justice. Image: REUTERS/Tom Brenner

Saadia Zahidi

Managing Director, World Economic Forum

Amy Goldman

Chief Executive Officer and Chair, GHR Foundation

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