Destiny Thomas

CEO, The Thrivance Group

CEO, The Thrivance Group

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Developed neighborhoods and cities, as innocuous or well-intentioned as they may seem, have contributed to the plight of African Americans and people of color.

Designing cities without Black consent upholds white supremacy, says urban planner

Developed neighborhoods and cities, as innocuous or well-intentioned as they may seem, have contributed to the plight of African Americans and people of color.

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