Race in Social Innovation: A Panel of Perspectives
Nearly 30% of all businesses in the United States are minority-owned, yet people of color still face challenges in starting ventures and raising capital, including those working in the social impact space.
How can social innovation be more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, particularly around racial equity? How can people of color effectively leverage their unique assets and overcome common challenges when working in social innovation?
Join the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) and Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative (Duke I&E) as we bring together leaders of color in social innovation to tackle these questions and more at Race in Social Innovation: A Panel of Perspectives.
Open to the public. More info: https://raceinsocinn.eventbrite.com/