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  • 'Inclusion Theory' - New Crowdfunding Platform Serves Under-Fun

    ATLANTA, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Inclusion Theory (https://www.inclusiontheory.com) recently announced the upcoming launch of its unique fund-raising platform intended to serve minorities, women, LGBTQ+ and other historically disenfranchised groups. The minority owned crowdfunding pl...
  • Why Minorities Have So Much Trouble Accessing Small Business Lo

    One of the many long-standing frustrations for minorities is that their vital role in the U.S. economy hasn't made it much easier for them to obtain the means for success. Between 2007 and 2017, minority-owned small businesses grew by 79%, about 10 times faster than the overall growth rate for U.S. ...
  • How Discrimination Is Costing the U.S. $300 Billion

    Discrimination--whether open or covert--could be leaving as many as 9 million jobs and $300 billion worth of income on the table. The racial gap in business ownership is troubling on a number of fronts; discrimination is costing the U.S. as many as 9 million jobs, and up to $300 billion ...
  • Black-Owned Businesses Could Face Hurdles in Federal Aid Progra

    Minority business owners have always struggled to secure bank loans.   Now, many banks want to deal only with existing customers when making   loans through the government'’'s $349 billion aid package.Four years ago, Yasmine Young walked down the street from Diaspora Salon,...