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What It’s Like to Be a Black Entrepreneur Right Now

E-commerce founder Nicole Gibbons on micro-aggressions, tokenism, and leading her company through this complicated moment

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Nicole Gibbons knew she was in rare company when her direct-to-consumer paint startup Clare raised $2 million from the likes of First Round Capital in 2017. Black female

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Courtney Rubin

Courtney Rubin

Journalist covering health (also wellness) and business. https://marker.medium.com/how-homepolishs-extremely-instagrammable-house-of-cards-came-tumbling-down-d7

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