Redlining designed structural racism into cities like Trenton, NJ. The legacy of racist policy is still felt in inequities in housing, wealth, education, health and the built environment. But without a broad understanding of how we got here, these same outcomes fuel perceptions that serve to reproduce inequity.
An article in Forbes praises ASBC resources for businesses to get out the vote (GOTV) as well as a pledge for businesses to promote election participation. ASBC Co-founder & President David Levine was quoted, “Businesses must support participation in our democracy. We call on businesses to engage their employees and their public to increase both registration and turnout for the 2020 elections.”
Public Policy Initiatives Forge Path To “New Normal” For A Nation In Crisis
WASHINGTON, DC, October 7, 2020—The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC), the nation’s foremost business advocate for an environmentally safe and equitable economy, today announces the release of its public policy proposal, Creating An Economic System That Works For All.