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Black Business Communities with Gerald Jones

I struggled to find my voice this week after the death of George Floyd. I’ve re-edited an interview from 2018 with Gerald Jones that ties together the history of black businesses, racism, sexism, and what we need to do to change the future.

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Building Equitable Business Communities with Gerald Jones

Leader, coach, speaker, and training facilitator Gerald Jones, host of the Buy Black Podcast | The Voice of Black Business, shares how the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile lead to his podcast, the importance of creating economic resources for black business, and how we can create a broader community so we can all rise together.

digital trade offs and you are a gift

Digital Trade-offs + You Are a Gift + Origins Of Grandfathered In

Are you getting just as much value out of your screen time as you’re putting in? I call it digital trade-offs. In the second segment, we talk about how sometimes the biggest gift, is you. And finally, we’re introducing a new segment called equity corner. Because it’s time for white folks to start having honest conversations about race.

truth in business and the impact of women owned business

Truth in Business and the Impact of Women-Owned Business

Join Jennifer as she discusses recent podcast changes, the challenges of finding truth in business in a ‘post-truth’ world, and the impact of women-owned businesses and people of color on the economy and hiring.

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