Using Inclusive Capitalism to Make Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream Real
An unchecked pandemic. Mass protests in response to the killing of Black citizens. A siege on the U.S. Capitol that featured guns, nooses, and the Confederate flag. The past 12 months have been among the most tumultuous ever for Americans, and for Black Americans in particular.
As we honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy again this year, we'd like to offer an appeal. Let's not only celebrate his dream of a just and equal America, but redouble our efforts to make it a reality. And let's do it by utilizing one of the great hallmarks of our country: our system of capitalism.