I'm a numbers guy. This is definitely not all about numbers. But numbers are a part of it: about putting $$ into action in recognition that sins committed in our name, that sins we're complicit with, that sins we perpetuate, that sins we commit have real costs. And those costs include financial costs. So, I'm curious, is there a specific calculus that gets us to $32M? From Part 1 we've got "32K annually the amount of his salary he was denied adjusted for inflation." Help me connect the dots?

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