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Calls For Racial Justice Spur Demand For Greater Economic Equity In Seattle

Protests against police brutality continue across the country.

In response to calls for racial equity, a movement to stop gentrification and spur economic development in Seattle’s historically Black neighborhood is gaining momentum.

Here & Now talks with  K. Wyking Garrett, president and CEO of the Africatown Community Land Trust.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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