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Since systemic racism affects families, causing an intergenerational disadvantage in terms of education and economics, the new "mom and pop schools" and giving young folk from cramped intergenerational housing high quality hotel accommodation and food was a great step in the right direction. Though it was done based on socio-economic need rather than ethnicity, many living in such conditions are of BAME backgrounds. The hotel system gave us a great way to increase access to talk therapy too - a great way to undo the damage of ACEs. It gave all poor kids a chance to save money for their future needs and learn life skills in a safer environment. The kids were also eligible to train for jobs within the hotel and earn hospitality and catering qualifications, further reducing the spread of the pandemic by "bubbling." It gave us all hope for a better future within a society more at peace with itself, more capable of the complex forms of cooperation all developed societies require - after all, human tribes were small groups that needed to learn how to get along with one another and avoid conflict.

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As a bonus, the social housing bonds created real social mobility, erasing generations of inequity. The homes were either bought near the good and outstanding schools or clustered in conjunction with the new "mom and pop" schools, creating and educational boost alongside the housing - a "multi-savings deal" in terms of social, education and health outcomes for the country.