Richmond Racial Equity Essays Video Interviews, Episode 2: Carolyn Loftin

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Richmond Racial Equity Essays Video Interviews, Episode 2: Carolyn Loftin

Authors

Carolyn Loftin

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Video

Original Publication Date

2021

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DOI

https://doi.org/10.21974/p6t4-c696

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Episode 2 of a series of short video interviews curated by Duron Chavis as part of the Richmond Racial Equity Essays project, aimed at getting more perspectives on the inequities Richmond, Va. faces, what a vision for racial equity would look like, and how to get there. Each of the interviewees were asked four questions:

What was a pivotal moment in their lives that led them to their current work?

What are the biggest inequities they see in Richmond?

What is their vision for racial equity in Richmond?

What are a few things we can do to move towards their vision?

Date of Submission

December 2021

Publisher

Richmond Racial Equity Essays

Abstract

Activist Duron Chavis chats with Carolyn Loftin, Director of Housing and Family Services at Urban Hope, an affordable housing non-profit in Richmond's East End. Carolyn shares her personal and professional perspectives on racial equity as it relates to housing and financial literacy.

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