A Milwaukee County executive signed a resolution on May 20 declaring racism to be a public health crisis. Executive Chris Abele said the resolution represents a public commitment to take action in racial disparities. During the resolution signing, Abele said the county leads “in an unfortunate way the racial disparities in employment, in education, incarceration, income and even things like… access to capital,” according to the
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