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Advancing Racial Economic Equity for Black Learners and Workers

In the most recent episode of Horizons: On the Record, innovative leaders discuss the critical ongoing work to advance racial economic equity for Black learners and workers in education, training, and employment.


Guests include Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and Raël Nelson James, Partner and Head of Equity, The Bridgespan Group.

And the episode features three JFF leaders sharing their thoughts on racial economic equity. They’ll talk about how there's been both progress and retrenchment to empower Black leaders in education and business in recent years.

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