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May 26, 2021

Guest host Dr. Chidinma Ibe talks with Joe Jones, executive director of the Center for Urban Families about the economics of racism in the United States. They discuss how discrimination in education, housing, health care, and jobs keep Black people from success, and how much of this gets attributed to individual decision making without recognizing the larger context. They also talk about what it takes to undo these barriers and create “conditions for hope.”