Society & Culture:Documentary
Today Ramona talks to Sylvia Puente about the civil unrest of 2020 and how the movement has influenced and changed conversations among decision makers. No longer are the topics of systemic racism, structural inequality, and white privilege on the margins of discussion. Sylvia elaborates on how leaders within the nonprofit, advocacy and philanthropic spaces are now candidly addressing topics that were formerly considered radical. Sylvia also discusses the impactful work of the Latino Policy Forum in advancing leadership development, healing circles, and Black/Brown relations. Sylvia is President and CEO of the Latino Policy Forum and lives in Chicago, Illinois.
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