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OPINION: Inclusion by design

Large group of diverse people in front of cityscape

"The Gateway Center in Newark, New Jersey, was built with good intentions," writes Prudential Financial Senior Vice President, Inclusive Solutions Lata Reddy. "[Its] fatal flaw was that it was built with one group in mind: the transient and relatively affluent commuters. Left out of the process: Newark's own residents and business owners."

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Change of venue

A rendering of the design for a new facade on Newark Symphony Hall, released on May 5, 2021.

Some of the world’s greatest performers have taken the stage at Newark Symphony Hall – the Metropolitan Opera, Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis and the Rolling Stones to name just a few. But the century-old venue in the heart of downtown Newark has seen better days, and Taneshia Nash Laird is in charge of returning it to glory.

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