#WealthInColor

Recent Living Cities initiatives–including our Start Up, Stay Up, Scale Up work and our Builders & Benefactors network–aim to materially improve the lives of Black, brown and other people of color by connecting individuals to the capital and community they need to build wealth. Learn how those involved in these initiatives are creating abundance for themselves, for others and for their communities.

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  • How Nonprofits Can Close the Racial Wealth Divide in America

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    Sevetri Wilson, one of the founders featured as part of the #WealthInColor campaign, provides an overview of the role…

  • #WealthInColor: Accessing Albuquerque’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

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    In the latest #WealthInColor infographic, Living Cities and its local partners offer a visual representation of what exists for…

  • #WealthInColor: Navigating the Bay Area’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

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    In 2018, Living Cities, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Surdna Foundation embarked on Start Up, Stay Up, Scale Up…

  • #WealthInColor: Disparities in New Orleans’ Entrepreneurial Ecosystem [INFOGRAPHIC]

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    The goal of this project was to ensure that entrepreneurs of color, particularly those with businesses poised to scale,…

  • #WealthInColor: Michael Meredith of VPG Enterprises

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    As part of our #WealthInColor video series, we’re proud to be able to highlight the first of our New…

  • #WealthInColor: Red Planet Books and Comics [VIDEO]

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    Red Planet Books and Comics owner Lee Francis tackles the perceptions of and narratives about Native Americans and their…

  • #WealthInColor: Honeymoon Brewery [VIDEO]

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    In the first of our six-part #WealthInColor video series – featuring Black, Latinx and Native American founders – Ayla…