Katie Powers, left, and Tonja Khabir are both active in the non-profit philanthropic community in Macon.
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Katie Powers, left, and Tonja Khabir are both active in the non-profit philanthropic community in Macon.

Tonja Khabir and Katie Powers both work in the world of non-profit philanthropy. In this Macon Conversation, Khabir and Powers talk about the need for educational equity that crosses boundaries of race and economy as well as how race affects the autonomy you have over your own body.

Made with support of The Peyton Anderson Foundation and the Center for Collaborative Journalism.

https://youtu.be/5uKuvuirR9E