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After the guilty verdict yesterday for Derek Chauvin, Fraser assures staff that we remain committed to fixing the systems that do not serve all. We need to address neonatal care, school readiness, educational success, home ownership, equal pay, and the chance to thrive for everyone in our citizenry. Fraser remains committed in our journey to address the systemic racism that contributed to George Floyd’s murder. Fraser remains committed to ensuring equitable access to high-quality care for mental health, autism, and diverse needs in our clinics, in schools, and in the community. We remain committed to early childhood school readiness. We remain committed to strengthening our team with more BIPOC staff and leadership. We can’t restore the life that George Floyd lost, but we can continue to support positive change to ensure a better life for so many more.