Equity Pathways: The business case for investing in diversity and inclusion: ‘Trillions of dollars of potential unlocked value’

October 4, 2021

CEO Anika Goss recently participated in a virtual roundtable with metro Detroit business, academic, and community leaders. She discussed economic equity within the City of Detroit and the barriers to addressing that equity. During this event, Goss detailed the difference in the average annual wage between someone working but not living in Detroit and the average wage for a Detroit resident. The article also references DFC’s most recent report, The State of Economic Equity in Detroit, to address unemployment rates for African-Americans in the city compared to white people.

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