Group seeks $10M state appropriation to help close Minnesota’s racial wealth gap

A Twin Cities organization dedicated to closing Minnesota's racial wealth gap is asking the Minnesota Legislature for $10 million to create more equitable economies.

The St. Paul-based Center for Economic Inclusion, which is asking for the appropriation, said the money would help create jobs and grow businessesthrough equitable means.

“History proves that when racial equity and economic inclusion are not prioritized in policymaking, the result is often inequitable policies, loss in economic growth,…

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