An HBCU-Led Discussion on Closing the Racial Wealth Gap
Experts discuss their solutions for America’s racial wealth gap and a comprehensive picture of what it takes to achieve racial equity across all areas of policy, practice and programming.
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Solutions to the most socially pervasive issues are not one-size-fits-all. The racial wealth gap in America requires an innovative approach. Evidence shows that entrepreneurship creates an accelerated pathway to wealth-building, but many entrepreneurs from historically under-resourced communities face systemic barriers that hold them back from realizing their full potential. So how do we get there?
Don’t miss “Racial Equity in Entrepreneurship: Systemic Solutions to America’s Racial Wealth Gap” on Tuesday, February 28, 2023, at 2:00 PM EST! This webinar features scholars from Morehouse College, Shaw University, Bowie State University, and Florida A&M University discussing their entrepreneurial solutions for America’s racial wealth gap and a comprehensive picture of what it takes to achieve racial equity across all areas of policy, practice and programming for entrepreneurship.
Speakers will also dive into the innovative techniques that they have implemented at different historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to inspire, support, and develop successful entrepreneurs of color.
Attendees will benefit from an inside look at what it takes for institutions to holistically support the next generation of entrepreneurs of color. This webinar will feature …
An evidence-based framework for wealth transfer in Black and Brown business families
Insights on alternative financing and procurement opportunities for Black and Brown founders
Best practices in academic entrepreneurship from the country’s leading historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)
Practical insights on President Biden’s Executive Order 13985 to advance racial equity
This webinar is free, but advanced registration is required — so register today! If you are unable to attend, we still encourage you to register so you can receive the recording and presentation via email after the webinar concludes.