Video: Reckoning with Tobacco and Slavery

The Kate B.Reynolds Charitable Trust used our 75th anniversary to reckon with our history and this video tells our story. In events across North Carolina, we turned truth-telling into action for racial equity and systems change. Dr. Laura Gerald acknowledged the role of slavery and tobacco in generating the Trust’s wealth and announced the Trust (working with its sole trustee/financial partner Wells Fargo) has divested from tobacco and committed to a socially responsible investment strategy. 

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