Dawn Dickson on Crowd Investing

Dawn Dickson on Crowd Investing, this is Disruption Now

Dawn Dickson is well-known for raising capital through crowdfunding means. In 2019, she made history using the same fundraising route usually overlooked by Black entrepreneurs. Dickson became the first Black founder in history worldwide to raise the highest secure token offering (STO) crowdfunding round from the general public. Her company PopCom has raised millions from more than 4,000 investors.

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Jewel Burks-Solomon on Google Startups

Jewel Burks-Solomon on Google Statups

In this session from the Disruption Now Summit we discuss the best practices and approaches for getting funded as a start-up with Jewel Burks-Solomon. Burks is an advocate for representation and access in the technology industry

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RBG and Black Lives Matter

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and BLM

How laws are interpreted often have a more lasting impact than the laws themselves. RBG’s death could change the course and direction of rights in this country for black and brown communities. Discover what you can and should do to protect your rights.

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Max Tuchman CEO Caribu

At the Disruption Now Summit, I interviewed Maxeme Tuchman the CEO + Co-Founder of Caribu, an interactive video-calling platform that allows parents and grandparents to read and draw with children when they’re not in the same location. We discuss how black and brown entrepreneurs can win by raising money online instead of waiting on VCs.

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Robert Greene: Power & Human Nature

Robert Greene

Robert Greene is the author of five New York Times best sellers: Greene is known for his books on strategy, power, and seduction. He has written five international bestsellers: The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, the 50th Law and Mastery.

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Is Black King?

Mark Phi

The use of art can be a powerful change agent in this critical moment. Mark Phi hopes through his art he can inspire change and get more African Americans to embrace the power of their heritage.

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