Inside The Money & Power Issue

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, Jill Louise Busby — a.k.a. 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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