A new consortium of civil rights groups plans to call for increased efforts to hire minority workers and companies for the KCI terminal project. The city must use every tool in its toolbox to make the terminal a transformative event for the area.
A new consortium of civil rights groups plans to call for increased efforts to hire minority workers and companies for the KCI terminal project. The city must use every tool in its toolbox to make the terminal a transformative event for the area. Illustration by Neil Nakahodo The Star
A new consortium of civil rights groups plans to call for increased efforts to hire minority workers and companies for the KCI terminal project. The city must use every tool in its toolbox to make the terminal a transformative event for the area. Illustration by Neil Nakahodo The Star

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