It’s been three years since George Floyd was murdered. Our work to end racial disparities isn’t close to being done. And it can’t be solved without Minnesota’s business community. Tiffani Daniels leads the Minnesota Business Coalition for Racial Equity (MBCRE), a group of 50 companies (including Children’s Minnesota) working to build a more just and prosperous state with and for Black Minnesotans.
Why Black Minnesotans? Because, as MBCRE says, “Across a whole range of economic, education, and health measures, the gaps between Black Minnesotans and white Minnesotans are among the widest in the country.”
Three years after Floyd’s murder, we’re no longer in crisis mode, but we can’t lose focus. How do we stay committed? Daniels shares her thoughts on that and more.