How Can Cities Boost Minority-Owned Businesses? By Buying from Minority-Owned Businesses

How Can Cities Boost Minority-Owned Businesses? By Buying from Minority-Owned Businesses

When Maynard H. Jackson Jr. took over Atlanta city hall in 1974, one of his primary goals was to broaden the opportunities for minorities to do business with the city. The upstart mayor envisioned improved socio-economic conditions for people of color in an environment that was fair, equitable and welcoming for all. By the time he left office in 1982, Atlanta’s first black mayor had made remarkable strides in accomplishing his lofty aims, despite the social underpinnings of the times.

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Nothing New Under the Sun: Taking an Advanced Approach to Supplier Diversity

Nothing New Under the Sun: Taking an Advanced Approach to Supplier Diversity

One Reason Black Founders Don’t Get Enough Funding? Black VCs Don’t, Either

One Reason Black Founders Don’t Get Enough Funding? Black VCs Don’t, Either