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The Fruit and Root Analysis™

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December 22, 2023

At a Glance

Together, the Building Equitable Pathways (BEP) community of practice worked to identify the manifestations of racism and inequity, the “fruit,” and the underlying causes and drivers of inequity, the “roots.” This framework offers a similar opportunity to other practitioners and intermediaries outside of the BEP community of practice.

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Clair Minson Founder & Principal Consultant, Sandra Grace LLC
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