A Focus on Community Capital

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Why is Atlanta, long known as a mecca for upward mobile African-Americans, number two in America in income inequality? And as home to the second-largest number of Black-owned businesses in the country, why are their employees often not counted in census data? In this episode, Latresa McLawhorn Ryan of the Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative shares how her nonprofit challenges systemic bias and introduces new systems and structures of capital to achieve shared prosperity. Learn how AWBI helps people of color build wealth in a way that has a responsibility to the community. 

James Thompson
SVP—Head of Diverse Markets Strategy

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