PANDEMIC TO PROSPERITY:
STATE OF BLACK BUSINESS
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California's two Black women statewide elected officials told how they convert crisis into legislation during the second session of How to Do Equity, underscoring the need to persist despite the backlash to Black voting power. Secretary of State Shirley Weber said we know what to do to achieve equity. Board of Equalization Chair Malia Cohen said the time has come for action. Weber authored a new statewide police use of force in 2020 and Cohen authored a San Francisco charter amendment creating an indepenent department of police accountabiity. she now also chairs the san francisco police commission. Coehn said the discussion of equity has to include money because the wealth gap actually increases between college educated black and white households.
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food and drug administration May 15
HOW TO DO EQUITY APRIL 3-MAY 15
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FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
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