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Developing Ecosystems Change: Advancing Entrepreneurs of Color in the Aftermath of the Pandemic and Racial Unrest

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As communities, still burdened by systemic racism and oppression highlighted by recent global protests, begin to plan for a post-pandemic future, entrepreneurs of color are best poised to catalyze the relief and rebuilding that communities of color need. Join us for a session featuring those same community development leaders of color who are taking a stand by engaging their communities, supporting entrepreneurs of color, and providing the capital and capacity-building resources to facilitate essential solutions for the economic empowerment of individuals, families, businesses, and local economies of color.

Confirmed Panelists

Kayla Baker, Washington, D.C. Initiatives Manager, Capital Impact Partners

Unconfirmed Panelists

Marla Bilonick, Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC)

Harold Pettigrew, Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif)

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