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Pittsburgh has a commission dedicated to racial equity – but in two years, it has never held a meeting

In summer 2020, Pittsburgh City Council approved, and former Mayor Bill Peduto signed into existence, the Commission on Racial Equity. According to the city code, the commission was meant to provide support for “reducing institutional racism and increasing racial equity in the City of Pittsburgh.” But the commission and its members never met. Jam Hammond, […]