Exploring race, justice and the economy with Alan Page and Neel Kashkari
Former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page and Minneapolis Federal Reserve president and CEO Neel Kashkari spoke with MPR News host Angela Davis about the relationship between race, justice and the economy.
The discussion is one of several events tied to the exhibit TESTIFY: Americana Slavery to Today on display at the Minneapolis Central Library through March 29. The collection of historical artifacts tells the story of segregation and racism in America. The items belong to the family of former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page.
Alan Page served 22 years as a justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Neel Kashkari is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
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