The Money & Power Issue
The Money & Power Issue
The Money & Power Issue
The Money & Power Issue

The Money & Power Issue

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The Money & Power Issue features cover girl Morgan DeBaun, founder of Blavity, Inc., and is a thorough exploration of Black economic empowerment through historical context and practical advice.

What is Money? What is Power? How do we work together to positively shape culture and encourage Ownership in the Black community? These questions are examined in depth, while we paint an honest picture of Black wealth — past, present & future — and the way forward.

Featuring profiles of founders & executives from Blavity, SiriusXM, Unilever, Carol’s Daughter, celebrity hair stylists and more.

Beautifully photographed, brilliantly written, printed and perfect bound; CRWN is 164 pages of your hair culture and lifestyle. Thumb through it and see the diversity of Black hair — and find yourself there.

Features: 164 pages
Published by: CRWN Magazine
Dimensions: 8.0in x 10.8in x 0.38in (20.32cm x 27.43cm x 0.97cm)

Delivery: Domestic & International delivery via USPS. Orders are shipped every 5-7 days. To learn more check out our FAQs.

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The Money & Power Issue features cover girl Morgan DeBaun, founder of Blavity, Inc., and is a thorough exploration of Black economic empowerment through historical context and practical advice.

What is Money? What is Power? How do we work together to positively shape culture and encourage Ownership in the Black community? These questions are examined in depth, while we paint an honest picture of Black wealth — past, present & future — and the way forward.

Featuring profiles of founders & executives from Blavity, SiriusXM, Unilever, Carol’s Daughter, celebrity hair stylists and more.

Beautifully photographed, brilliantly written, printed and perfect bound; CRWN is 164 pages of your hair culture and lifestyle. Thumb through it and see the diversity of Black hair — and find yourself there.

Details

Features: 164 pages
Published by: CRWN Magazine
Dimensions: 8.0in x 10.8in x 0.38in (20.32cm x 27.43cm x 0.97cm)

Delivery

Domestic & International delivery via USPS.

Orders are shipped every 5-7 days. To learn more check out our FAQs.

Table of Contents

Zora Neale Hurston, The Slave Ship Clotilda and the New Reparations Movement
Jahi Issa, Ph.D. and Reggie Mabry offer an historical exploration of the illegal slave trade in the U.S. and present a new case for reparations.

Black Baller Shot Caller
Writer and social commentarian, Jillisblack, on whether it's possible to pursue money ethically in capitalist America.

High Time: Black Women & The Green Rush
A chat with three cannabis entrepreneurs about the unique challenges facing Black women looking to stake their claim in the Green Rush.

Made in Africa, Sold in Brklyn
Nilea Alexander styles four looks pulled from her exquisitely-curated Crown Heights boutique, Marche Rue Dix.

Laughing Through it All: Phoebe Robinson’s Journey from Debt to Success
The comedian, writer, podcaster and actress on her latest book, accessing her innate power...and hiding debt from her parents.

Why I Just Turned Down One Million Dollars
Founder of experiential giant, COLORS Worldwide — creator of R&B Only — breaks down how important capital is for a growing business and why a million dollars really ain’t shit.

Inherited: Our Legacy is Our Wealth
A conversation about family business, wealth and legacy with A’Lelia Bundles — great-great-granddaughter of Madam C.J. Walker.

The Road to Freedom: Wielding Black Political Power
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and radio talk show host Karen Hunter on voting strategically, galvanizing political power and fighting for freedom.

Morgan DeBaun: Betting on Black Media
In our cover feature, Blavity, Inc.’s CEO & Founder — Morgan DeBaun — weighs in on money, power and Black entrepreneurship in the Digital Age.

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KZ
06/30/2020
K Z.
Dallas, TX
Our whole selves..

I thoroughly enjoyed CRWNMAG, a beautiful representation of who we are. It's truly in a class all by itself, I can't compare it to anything else. I would recommend CRWNMAG to not only my friends but to anyone who truly values diversity!

TU
06/22/2020
Tamalie U.
Namur, Belgium
I loved the fact that it took money and it's use into a wise strong and balanced dimension.

I really loved reading each article. The different writting styles, the transparency and simplicity of it all give the magazine it's unique grounded and modern soul. I definitely do recommend CRWNand I love reading it in public to give a bit of visibility at my little level.

KF
06/20/2020
Kim F.
Brooklyn, NY
I haven't even finished yet but am loving it! I'm glad it considers "wealth" beyond money and challenges capitalist ideas about moneymaking

Same as my response for CRWN in general. In addition, some of the earlier issues seemed to focus on millennials, and while it gives me great hope seeing what younger people are innovating these days, I was glad to see more diversity in generations represented in this edition.

SK
06/18/2020
Sheryl K.
Toronto, ON
Loved it.The photographs are amazing and the content is salient, timely, inspiring and reflective..

I thoroughly enjoyed it and plan to recommend it to friends. The best feeling is to see myself reflected in the magazine like never before. I know great art when I see it; and CRWNMAG is great art from cover to cover.

L
06/18/2020
Lee
Queens NY
Seen

I shed tears when I got this magazine in the mail. It was like holding a bleeding heart. This issue had bold images of pure black beauty that in the past I could only marvel at through pinterest boards I curated. The articles sans code switching, for those not blessed to understand the nuances of The Culture, were a nod I never knew I needed. I felt seen.