Closing The Racial Wealth Gap Through Tech Startup Jobs And Entrepreneurship

It isn’t just founders of venture-backed startups who tend to be distinctly non-diverse . There also typically are few employees who are people of color. And that makes for yet another route to building wealth that usually has long long been largely closed to most members of marginalized communities.

But how do you get your foot in the door if you lack a network of connections or even an understanding of how the the tech startup world works?

With that in mind, in 2020, six founders, venture capitalists and tech and nonprofit executives co-founded Colorwave, a nonprofit with a fellowship program aimed at closing the racial

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