"The Business Case for Racial Equity in New Mexico: A Strategy for Growth"

By the year 2050, New Mexico could find its way out of poverty by improving racial equity, tune in to see how.

This summer, the WK Kellogg Foundation released a report called “The Business Case for Racial Equity in New Mexico: A Strategy for Growth.” This report examined the current social and economic health of New Mexico and highlighted where intentional racial equity practice could pull the state out of poverty and improve opportunity for all.

Tune in to this podcast as we discuss “The Business Case of Racial Equity” with Frank Lopez, director of New Mexico Programs for the WK Kellogg Foundation, a grantee of Generation Justice. Frank speaks about his experience in New Mexico non-profit work and how implementing race equity in education, health, and beyond can offer New Mexico a strong future forward.

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