By Elizabeth L. Carter, Esq.
As we celebrate Black Business Month and Black Philanthropy Month throughout August, many Black entrepreneurs are being robbed of their dreams and livelihoods because they are finding much difficulty in getting the funding that they need to sustain their business. Without sufficient capital to fully launch and grow their businesses, these Black entrepreneurs will not be able to create thriving enterprises that could financially support their families while also building their communities.
The struggle to get funding as a Black business owner has little, if anything, to do with merit or skill. It’s also not
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