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Closing the Racial Wealth Gap: Reparations as a Solution - Gallery view
Vanessa Bishop | she/her
25:34
Hello all! Vanessa Bishop from Boston, MA
Anthony Smith
25:43
Hi everyone, Anthony Smith, VP of Published Content + Growth @ NationSwell
Babita Patel
25:59
Hi! Babita Patel from NYC. Humanitarian photographer & author of Breaking Out in Prison, a book about systemic racism & the justice system
Zeeba Khalili
26:36
Hi all - Zeeba Khalili, Chief of Staff at Marguerite Casey Foundation in Seattle Foundation listening in.
Tully McGowan
26:39
Hi Tully McGowan from Croton on Hudson, NY. Thank you!
Kate Dinota
33:59
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Kate Dinota
34:41
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Kelli Saulny
35:11
Hi Everyone! Kelli Saulny, Camelback Ventures, New Orleans. Thank you!
Riyaz Gayasaddin (he/him)
36:06
Hi everyone! Riyaz Gayasaddin from Camelback Ventures, Denver.
John Grossman
36:09
Trying again to everyone: ohn Grossman it Boston — Senior Fellow at Third Sector and Senior Advisor at Roca Impact Institute. Thank you all!
Efrem Bycer
36:21
Hi! Efrem Bycer, LinkedIn, San Francisco
Zia Heller
37:17
Hi Kelly! I'm originally from New Orleans and love what you all are doing with Camelback! such incredible and important work!
Lisa Vahey
37:49
“A love letter” - amazing language.
Events Nationswell
38:46
Agreed, Lisa. A brilliant way to think about what the task force can do for the city of Durham
Charles Corprew
39:13
Hello Everyone, Charles Corprew, Camelback Ventures - moving to Durham next month
Kelli Saulny
39:59
@Zia, oh wow! I always love connect with my fellow New Orleanians!
Kate Dinota
41:52
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Kyle Lukianuk
46:37
Hi Everyone. Kyle Lukianuk - Good Returns - Dallas, TX
Events Nationswell
48:07
Preach, Judge O’Neal!
Kate Dinota
50:00
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Zia Heller
54:51
wow thanks for sharing - I was not aware of that divide in nonprofit giving // participation
Raymond Hutchison
01:01:57
wow - that is a crazy stat line - thanks for sharing
Lisa Vahey
01:02:35
Dr. Darity, those numbers are staggering. Thank you for teaching us.
Sophie Shrand
01:02:48
These number breakdowns are really helpful, thank you!
Nikka Lemons
01:05:54
How and what measures need to be taken in order to ensure our nation governs in a behavior that is consistent with this reconciliation that is needed (e.g. safeguards, laws, new federal institutions)?
Raymond Hutchison
01:12:49
We can hear the love! thank you
Charles Corprew
01:16:45
That is true. The area near NCCU is a food and amenity desert, but is going through revitalization. It will be interesting to see what happens in the next few years
Charles Corprew
01:19:55
Love this
austin lee
01:20:02
Thank you all for your incredible insight and commitment to others through your work. The data behind reparations programs might be of considerable interest to the folks at CASE at Duke and their network of impact investors. I highly suggest reaching out to Cathy Clark and her team to have a discussion how to supercharge your efforts.
Charles Corprew
01:20:40
And looking forward to becoming a Durham resident!
Riyaz Gayasaddin (he/him)
01:25:13
Thank you all for the incredible work each of you do and appreciated this hour to start the week.
Sophie Shrand
01:25:17
Thank you everyone!!
Angela Scalpello
01:25:35
Thank you all for the work you do and for this conversation.
Kelli Saulny
01:26:55
Thank you to all for your amazing work!
Anthony Smith
01:27:54
From Here to Equality: https://bookshop.org/books/from-here-to-equality-reparations-for-black-americans-in-the-twenty-first-century/9781469654973
Kristin Wyman
01:28:06
Thank you all for your work! As a fellow North Carolinian - the work you’re doing in our state is so powerful.
Raymond Hutchison
01:28:21
Thanks everyone!!!
Lisa Vahey
01:28:29
This was *powerful* learning today. Far from Durham, but those recommendations are key reading, and getting online to order From Here to Equity from my local independent book store!
Rachel Aicher
01:28:42
Thanks all!
Lisa Vahey
01:28:44
YES!