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Kelly Peeler: Taking on the Goliath of student loans ... via text

Jan 10, 2020
"There's a market to be the David versus the Goliath that's already there ... I like being the David."
MoneyMentor founder, Kelly Peeler
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Bertha Jimenez: Reducing waste, creating taste

Jan 9, 2020
"Just because somebody labeled something as waste, that doesn't mean that's what it should be."

Arlan Hamilton: Changing venture capitalism, diversifying business

Jan 8, 2020
"I feel like there is a great mission here and I won't stop until I am obsolete and I'm not needed."
Backstage capital founder, Arlan Hamilton.

Aimée Felone: Creating books to help children of color see themselves

Jan 7, 2020
"It's extremely powerful to be in a position where the change that you're talking about is actually embodied in who you are."
Knights Of co-founder, Aimée Felone.
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Welcome to Changemakers: Why are we doing this?

Jan 7, 2020
The world is changing. Meet some people who are making a difference in big ways and small.
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Fanshen Cox: How the inclusion rider is reshaping diversity in Hollywood

Jan 6, 2020
In the Marketplace series "Changemakers," Fanshen Cox discusses her role in holding Hollywood accountable for diversity and inclusion.
Fanshen Cox (center) is one of the co-founders of the Hollywood inclusion rider, which holds movie makers accountable for diversity and inclusion.

Why TV networks are embracing diversity and inclusion

Sep 23, 2019
Without diverse primetime shows like CBS' "Bob Hearts Abishola," TV networks are leaving money on the table.
Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku of "Bob Hearts Abishola."
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How "Black Panther" is boosting African clothing sales

Mar 2, 2018
Fans aren’t just buying clothes inspired by Marvel’s movie; they’re influencing trends, a fashion editor says.
WowWow by Wunmi showcases modern African fashion designed by Wunmi Olaiya.
Delphine Diallo

What TV can teach the movie business about diversity

Feb 16, 2018
How cable networks are cashing in on diverse audiences.
Actor Melissa Barrera, left, and executive producer/creator Tanya Saracho of "Vida" speak onstage during the Starz portion of the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington in January in Pasadena, California.
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