#7. Could a Decentralized Movement for Equality be the Solution?

With a leadership vacuum on the topic of equality, maybe the solution is a decentralized movement, using social media as a communications platform, stimulating dialogue and collaboration, and building social fabric through communities. Michael Ruckman and Dr. Mark Tribbitt wrap up their discussion on current issues with equality and building social harmony.

04/27/23
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