CRF’s director of community advancement Anisha Murphy, Esq. redoubled her commitment to social justice after the murder of Trayvon Martin. She resolved to use her education and experience as a Black professional woman to change systems for Black and brown communities.
Murphy’s story caught the attention of Minnesota Women’s Press in the wake of George Floyd’s killing. Her role as a community leader and collaborator – a bridge between under-resourced communities and access to capital – exemplifies CRF’s mission and underpins her commitment to social, racial and economic justice.
Read more about our own Anisha Murphy as she shares her thoughts on barriers to economic opportunity and community wealth-building for Black and brown communities.