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What’s Good for the Community is Good for Business

Did you know the Twin Cities has one of the highest overall rates of adults working, but Minneapolis has one of the largest gaps in employment between whites and African Americans and whites and American Indians? In Minneapolis, a white adult is twice as likely to be employed as an American Indian adult. For whites, the unemployment rate is 6.3%, with the highest gap for American Indians at 28.6%, followed by Blacks at 22.3%.

Ann Burns, a principal at Gray Plant Mooty and chair of the firm’s Trust, Estate & Charitable Planning group, understands that what’s good for the community is also good for business. Watch this brief video clip to hear what she has to say about building OneMpls – a community where all people have the opportunity to thrive.

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