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Where Black Female Founders Can Find Funding, Resources, and More

The number of Black Female Founders in the U.S. is growing, but they remain underinvested by VCs and angels

Morgan DeBaun speaks at the Culture Creators 4th Annual Innovators & Leaders Awards. Credit: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images

AArlan Hamilton — founder and managing partner at Backstage Capital — summarized best why investing in Black Female Founders (BFF) isn’t just important, but could produce high…

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