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‘If racism is a lie, how has it been sustained, institutionalized and structured in America?’

People march in Minneapolis to protest the police shooting and killing of Dolal Idd, on Jan.  9.
People march in Minneapolis to protest the police shooting and killing of Dolal Idd, on Jan. 9. (Tim Evans/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Racial equity is front and center for the Biden administration. That said, how does the nation begin to dismantle centuries of ingrained policies?

Mary C. Curtis talks to award-winning social change agent Dr. Gail C. Christopher in this episode. Christopher has some compelling ideas and is working with Congress to try to change policies that enable racism and inequity to flourish, and transform a belief system that values some lives over others.

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