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Oct. 14: Can Boston’s new power brokers tackle racial injustice?

Globe Op-Talk: Can Boston's New Power Brokers Tackle Racial Injustice?
Philanthropy in Boston has traditionally been a game of lone benefactors. But might it take a different approach to address the region's systemic racism?

Globe columnist Diane Hessan, Quincy Miller, president of Eastern Bank, and Linda Dorcena Forry, former MA State Senator and now head of Diversity and Inclusion at Suffolk Construction, discuss how a unique approach to philanthropy, distributing funds to Black-and-Brown led non-profits within marginalized communities, could support the community and embolden new innovators — and whether it truly will be a game-changer.

This Op-Talk was recorded on Oct. 14, 2020 and may contain out of date information.