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Could funding a certain industry that presents itself as aiding the community actually harm the community? On this week’s episode of The 411 Live, Beverly Taylor talks to George Hinton, CEO of the Social Development Commission (SDC) about America’s heritage of systemic racism and how to effectively change the system. “Prosperous change comes from transformative change over any other type of change” says George. Watch closely as we dive deep into the perplexities of America’s heritage of systemic racism and how to take a transformative approach to change systemic racism. This is The 411 Live. Real People. Real Talk.
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