How do we embed racial equity in our future vision of the good society?

People hold up a Black Lives Matter banner as they march during a demonstration against racial inequality in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, in Washington, U.S., June 14, 2020. Photo by REUTERS/Erin Scott
Members of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission — including Dr. Alex Boraine (second from left), deputy chair; Archbishop Desmond Tutu (centre), chair; and Rev. Bongani Finca (right), commissioner — at the commission’s first hearing, April 1996, East London, S.Af.Benny Gool — Oryx Media/Desmond Tutu Peace Centre
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A group of Angelenos participate in a embRACE L.A. in downtown Los Angeles. Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times

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