Black Millennials Bet on School Choice

By Alexandra Bacchus Black millennials value school choice in an effort to achieve education equality 79% of African-Americans support voucher programs that send low-income students to private schools Low confidence in the effectiveness of standard public schools is driving minority parents, and black parents specifically, to support school choice through charter schools and voucher programs.

Black Millennials Bet on School Choice

By Alexandra Bacchus Black millennials value school choice in an effort to achieve education equality 79% of African-Americans support voucher programs that send low-income students to private schools Low confidence in the effectiveness of standard public schools is driving minority parents, and black parents specifically, to support school choice through charter schools and voucher programs.

Representation Is Finally Going Mainstream-ing

By Alexandra Bacchus Black millennials stream videos more frequently than any other group Of the 200 television series of the 2016-2017 season, only 13.7% of the writers were minorities With unlimited storytelling space on streaming platforms, companies like Netflix (NFLX + 0.10%) are able to offer a wider variety of content representing multicultural audiences than

Cannabis Industry Is Ripe For Money Moves

By Alexandra Bacchus Cannabis industry that’s projected to do $30-$45B in revenue by 2022 Connecticut allows a 3-month head start for minority cannabis business owners to apply for licenses With marijuana now legal in two-thirds of the United States, budding entrepreneurs have their sights set on cannabis as the next big industry. However, Black-Americans and