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    Racial healing is #ChangingTheNarrative of communities across America

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  • Selma’s Black businesses build ‘unity and community’ nearly 60 years since Bloody Sunday

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  • A new generation in Selma hope to bring back economic prosperity to civil rights ‘Mecca’

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  • Eco-tourism one of many new businesses bringing prosperity to Selma

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  • Land loss, forced migration threaten BIPOC communities in coastal Louisiana

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  • Descendants of slavery fight environmental racism in Louisiana’s ‘Cancer Alley’

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  • United Houma Nation tribal members are resilient against climate change, resettlement

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  • Black Battle Creek residents look to their history to move forward

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  • A growing Burmese community in Battle Creek turns from surviving to thriving

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  • Battle Creek’s Hispanic community fights to overcome language barriers

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  • In East Buffalo, racial healing alongside a food insecurity crisis

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  • Historic systemic racism plagues East Buffalo’s growth

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  • Young Black men take charge healing East Buffalo

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  • To turn the page on structural racism, communities are #ChangingTheNarrative

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  • Children of immigrants share their experiences with racism in Massachusetts

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  • Can we end racism? Two African Americans weigh in and share how they are healing

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  • From small town to inner city, how Americans navigate their realities of racism

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  • ‘Targeted because you are Indian’: How two Indian-Americans are healing from racial trauma

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The business case for racial equity

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As part of the National Day of Racial Healing, this discussion shines a light on the role business leaders can play in fostering environments where people from all identity groups can thrive at work and beyond. Sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.