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  • The hardships of Black people in the United States are well documented throughout American history. From being enslaved, oppressed and denied civil and economic rights, to experiencing the election and re-election of America’s first Black president, Black people have remained resilient and vocal about injustice and inequality in America.
  • Before we get started, here’s the bottom line. Social responsibility practices can play a monumental role in growing your small business and instilling trust among your customers. However, in our profit-driven society, many decisions are made based on how they will impact the bottom line, and social responsibility often gets the same scrutiny. With that said, I’d like to introduce another way of measuring the return on investment of your social responsibility practices: by the local problems your business i
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  • America knows what needs to be done to close the racial wealth gap. So why don’t we? Alexandra Bastien is a Senior Program Associate at PolicyLink – a national research and action institute dedicated to advancing social and economic equity. In her role, she works to lift up policy solutions pertaining to wealth inequality across the nation. She conducts research, provides technical assistance and helps to lead program strategy related to asset building and equitable economic development. Prior to joining Po
  • Paul Solman reports on one African-American family's year-long mission to shop only at black-owned businesses. Part of his Making Sen$e of financial news series, Paul Solman speaks with a family about their "Empowerment Experiment," and looks at some of the challenges African American entrepreneurs face.
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