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Money Left on the Table: The Economic Argument for Diversity (Truth and Transformation 2021)

This video starts off with the introduction to the 2021 Truth and Transformation Conference. Then, we go into the first panel, “Money Left on the Table: The Economic Argument for Diversity.’ Does the economic argument for diversity make sense? Why hasn’t everyone already won? This panel engaged key leaders watching organizations grappling with moving toward antiracism the question: what does resistance to change look like and what drives it, from an economic, psychological, and historical perspective?

This panel discussion, which starts at minute 24:00, features:

  • Jarik Conrad, Equity at Work
  • Dana Peterson, The Conference Board
  • Lisa Cook, Michigan State University
  • Michael McAfee, PolicyLink
  • Levi Sumagaysay, MarketWatch

Learn more about the Truth and Transformation Conference and the Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project online: https://ash.harvard.edu/iara

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