The elimination of minority from a statute that is ostensibly focused on diversity and inclusion seems more than odd—it seems unnecessary and counterproductive.
This bill wasn’t designed to help the Black business community. It was designed to be efficient.
For the city to reach its fullest capacity, there must be a redress of the inequities of the past and positive public policy aimed at the future.
In my still-growing business, I learn something every day.
Recently, there has been a substantial increase in Black business formation.
In four short years, several institutions have launched within the Black community because of the Black agenda.
Black women are leading. Follow them.
The way we currently calculate unemployment rates distorts the economic reality of this community.
While I remain optimistic—we absolutely must do better.
We have the potential to have multiple Black candidates for mayor in this municipal election cycle.
My value to Daniel is not that I have assembled talented Black professionals on my team—it’s merely that I have an MBE certification.
Is the surplus real if we aren’t actually paying for important public goods?
Artistic flourishing might not eliminate food deserts or stop homicides, but it is an antidote to despair.
Small businesses create community—which might be harder for other institutions to mimic in the same way.
What I appreciate most about … Juneteenth is that the Black community collectively celebrates the day slavery ended for all Black people.
Whatever the brave new world is shouldn’t undermine candidates who lack means and connections in the process.
Collecting race data on business lending is more of an investment in an underserved market than a cost.
Progress is hard, and we’ve learned a lot.
“How does one teach about American chattel slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow without talking about racism?”
These unique times present an opportunity to help landlords identify otherwise good tenants who fell on tough times.