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Community Wealth Building Summit- Opening Session

Centering community and place Demanding racial equity

The Community Wealth Summit was a week of virtual learning and place-based organizing to rebuild local economies around shared ownership and racial justice that started on July 6, 2020. In the opening session, Ted Howard, the president of The Democracy Collaborative; Dayna Cunningham, executive director of the MIT Community Innovators Lab, and Michael McAfee, the CEO of PolicyLink, discuss the principles of community wealth building and the need for new approaches for addressing economic inequity, systemic racism and environmental sustainability as we rebuild the economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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