Reckoning: Family Businesses Confront Race, Racism and Inclusion

By Barbara Spector

Business families are educating themselves about the Black-white wealth gap in the United States and discussing what they can do about it.

Shirley Plantation, founded in 1613, is America’s second oldest continuously operated family business. As you might expect from its age and name, the Charles City, Va., property once relied on the labor of enslaved people. Read More

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