Capitalism for the common good | Bay State Banner

“I think it’s important for Banner readers to understand that the modern era of responsible investing began over this issue of the equity gap,” Amy Domini recently stated, referring to the late 1960s era of urban ferment and civil rights and not the current concern for equity disparity. “One religious organization — the Episcopal Church of America — created what they called their ghetto seed loan fund, which was given the mission of financing either black owned businesses, or businesses there to serve blacks,” she said.

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