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How business can hardwire change to deliver on racial justice

Protestor holds placard stating "It's a privilege to educate yourself about racism instead of experiencing it": Businesses are key to achieving racial equity.

Businesses are key to achieving racial equity. Image: James Eadon/Unsplash

Kimberly Bennett
Lead, Racial Justice in Business, World Economic Forum
Amy Goldman
Chief Executive Officer and Chair, GHR Foundation
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