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Mike Bloomberg attends an event with Mayor Daniel Horigan and Bounce Innovation Hub CEO Doug Weintraub in Akron, Ohio on January 8, 2020.Mike Bloomberg attends an event with Mayor Daniel Horigan and Bounce Innovation Hub CEO Doug Weintraub in Akron, Ohio on January 8, 2020.

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Mike Bloomberg attends an event with Mayor Daniel Horigan and Bounce Innovation Hub CEO Doug Weintraub in Akron, Ohio on January 8, 2020.Mike Bloomberg attends an event with Mayor Daniel Horigan and Bounce Innovation Hub CEO Doug Weintraub in Akron, Ohio on January 8, 2020.

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Statement From Mike Bloomberg on the Observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

To begin addressing the racial wealth gap, I have proposed a sweeping and ambitious plan to help 1 million more Black families buy a home; double the number of Black-owned businesses; and triple Black families’ wealth over the next 10 years. We must re-dedicate ourselves to Dr. King’s vision of economic justice, a future where color and capital are no longer related — and we must achieve it.

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Daily Read: Mike Unveils Economic Justice Plan in Tulsa at Site of 'Black Wall Street’ Massacre, opens in a new window

Just moments ago, Mike gave one of the most important speeches of his campaign. Addressing a large crowd in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, neighborhood that was known as “Black Wall Street” before it was destroyed in a 1921 riot and massacre, he unveiled his “Greenwood Initiative,” a plan that will help address the systemic bias that has kept many Black Americans from gaining wealth.

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