Fed’s Harker: diversity and inclusion ‘are not add-ons’

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The Philadelphia Fed

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has a “fierce commitment” to ethnic and gender diversity, Patrick Harker writes in an introduction to a report on the bank’s work on inclusion.

“Diversity and inclusion are not add-ons,” the Philadelphia Fed president writes. “They are not extra workstreams that can be ignored or outsourced until their prioritisation becomes convenient. They have to be an inextricable part of our everyday working lives.”

The question of diversity across the Federal

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