PolicyLink, a national activist organization that works to end social and economic disparities in the U.S., on Tuesday published its proposal for how the federal government can better implement President Biden’s sweeping racial equity plan.
The goal of the advocacy group, which works closely with a variety of stakeholders, including federal officials, is for a handful of government agencies to adopt its framework foregrounding racial equity moving forward.
“It’s not surprising to us that when a presidential administration comes in and they’re leading in new ways — there’s going to have to be some ramp-up,” PolicyLink CEO and President Michael McAfee told The Hill.
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