There’s Still Little Diversity Of Capital Flowing To And Through VC Funds

More than two years after the murder of George Floyd and declarations from venture capitalists, among others, of their support for DEI, there still isn’t a lot of diversity of capital in the VC biz or among those funding venture capital. And limited partners continue to explain their lack of diversity-oriented funding by pointing to barriers that, in fact, can likely be addressed with a sufficient commitment to change.

Those are some of the findings of The Equity Record, a recently released report that surveyed over 200 VCs and examined the diversity of capital in venture capital, both in limited partners’ funding of venture funds and VCs’ investments

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