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Six Degrees of Segregation

Jun 29, 2021

Latoya White, a Sales Manager from Richmond Texas, and I talk about George Floyd, the natural hair movement, diversity training, representation, colorism and so much more. Latoya's genetic makeup sparked her interest in biology and her pre-med focus in school. She’s a huge supporter for Diversity & Inclusion efforts and exercises them daily in her personal and professional life.  

At the end of the day, Toya is hopeful that we will get to a place of fair and equal treatment...  not better than...  just fair and equal.  That includes: pay, treatment by the police and business owners, neighbors, co-workers, politicians, people in other countries...  the list goes on.  Fair and equal treatment and opportunities as a starting point would be a great start.

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