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George Floyd’s murder and the unrest that has followed have caused many to think about ways they could be more inclusive in both their organizations and personal lives.

One small way to be more inclusive is to read more books by Black authors.

By turning our attention to Black authors, we get insight from people with different backgrounds and experiences. With this in mind, today I recommend experts in economics and personal finance.

I recommend two authors, Dr. Thomas Sowell and Chris Hogan, who write with amazing clarity and whose writing is accessible for non-economists.

I’ll briefly share why I like their work and why I think that everybody — perhaps especially those in middle and high schools — would benefit from reading works from these two authors.

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Linda Barbara

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