“It’s a great time for new entrants, but for those of us who’ve been doing this for a while it is equally urgent to raise our game right and to not get complacent,” said Margot Brandenburg of the Ford Foundation.
Whether we seek to support entrepreneurs, small business owners, or people in their individual capacity, one thing is clear: we must center people in our investment structures, our investment policies, and our investment mandates.
“We are on the cusp of the fastest, deepest, most consequential transformation of human civilization in history,” begins “Rethinking Humanity," a new report by RethinkX.
“The COVID crisis exposed and accelerated the urgent need for a real form of shareholder capitalism.”
How can investors and entrepreneurs address systemic inequality? Among the many excellent options: a greater focus on how communities accumulate wealth.
Black ownership matters in rebuilding a more just, equitable and resilient economy.
Meet the protests in the streets, not with force, but with racial equity, capital for Black communities and entrepreneurs, solidarity and system-change.