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featuring conversations with community leaders and social entrepreneurs who are investing in racial equity, education, and talent development

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Highlights from One Fair Wage Rally

Black Lives Matter Michigan rallied at Michigan's State Capitol with Restaurant Opportunities Centers Michigan (ROC Michigan) for fair wages. Speakers included Saru Jayaraman from UC Berkley and founder of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, and Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Global Network, joined in bitter cold rain by actor and activist Jane Fonda.

Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation in Schools

Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation of Metro Lansing (TRHT) launched an educational partnership with Lansing School District to engage students, educators and parents through music that promotes diversity and unity. Featuring a press conference at Pattengill School and performances by Grammy-nominated group, The Alphabet Rockers, and local arts education organization, All of the Above.

College & Career Prep

Peace and Prosperity Youth Action Movement interviews Harmony, a college freshman about her first semester in school.

Tashmica Torok The Firecracker Foundation

Special guest Tashmica Firecracker Torok (The Firecracker Foundation) shares her passion for helping children heal from the trauma of sexual abuse. We also chat about the ongoing challenge to dismantle racialized policies and practices in some Lansing Catholic schools.

College & Career Prep

Listen to a recent panel discussion with Dr. Robert L. Green, Hosted by Dr. Curtis Stokes in East Lansing, focused the promise and praxis of racial healing from the perspective of critical race theory. Discussants include students, instructors and Angela Waters Austin, CEO of One Love Global.

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Equity Equals is hosted by Angela Waters Austin of One Love Global in partnership with youth leaders of the Peace, Prosperity and Youth Action Movement. Our media celebrates nonprofit businesses and the impact of social entrepreneurs on Michigan’s double bottom-line. Equity Equals is generously supported by the Michigan Business Network.

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