Opinion: The 2-cent solution to close the racial wealth gap: A call for U.S. companies to invest in Black communities

Even philanthropic support for these communities is woefully inadequate. The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy reports that per-capita grant making in the Mississippi Delta / Alabama “Black Belt” — home to the nation’s most concentrated rural population of Black residents — is a woeful $41 per person, compared to San Francisco, where philanthropic investment is $4,096 per person.

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