New York Times economics reporter Eduardo Porter examined the impact of racism in America. This was a virtual program hosted by the Aspen Institute.
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Maureen Conway Vice President Aspen Institute->Policy Programs
Eduardo Porter Columnist New York Times
Daniel Porterfield President and CEO Aspen Institute
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