These sources can help broaden your understanding and perspective of a past (and present) you might not be familiar with.
The 7 entrepreneurs in this series are using the power of business and social justice to create meaningful change for people of color.
This founder is diversifying design and preserving culture by crafting typefaces derived from some of the most famous global protest movements.
The gifting market is projected to reach $475 billion in 2020. This founder is ensuring that Black-owned brands and communities share in this revenue.
The creator behind this journal-like-no-other is all about self-care — and how loving yourself can lead to a revolution.
The woman behind the only online bookstore and social media platform dedicated to romance and women’s literature is all about redefining pleasure.
This entrepreneur's award-winning independent publishing house is bridging the diversity gap in children’s literature — and working to bridge the accessibility gap.
This former Wall Street wiz is working to provide clarity on the root causes of racial and gender inequity: our flawed system and how capital flows.
This immigrant, woman, and entrepreneur created a digital Spanish newspaper, covering all aspects of running a business and sharing the stories of women who are doing it.
A heartfelt letter from Meghan French Dunbar, Co-Founder & CEO of Conscious Company, who has some bittersweet news to share.
After winning an entrepreneurship project, these three women launched Peachy Keen Swim, a brand rooted in workers empowerment, body positivity, self-love, and sustainability.
A truly poor diversity program can actually increase bias in the workplace among individuals. Here's how to get things right.
You know that part of your mind that is semiconscious and supercritical? Here's how to silence it.
It's time to change our mantra from “Move fast and break things" to “Move intentionally and make things better.” Here's how.
Know a founder of color whose business is changing the world for the better? Nominate them for the Game-Changing Founders of Color list by February 26, 2020.