Resources for Black, Indigenous and Other People of Color

This page is dedicated to uplifting Black, Indigenous, Asian-American/Pacific Islander and Latinx companies within the B Lab U.S. & Canada community, providing them with opportunities to enhance their experiences within the business world.  If you’d like to submit a resource to be considered for this page, please fill out our submission form.

Camelback Ventures

Camelback Ventures increases access to opportunity for entrepreneurs of color and women by investing in their ventures and leadership while advocating for fairness in their funding

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Mental Health and Wellness Resources for Students of Color

For students of color, mental health care can sometimes feel inaccessible or irrelevant, and recent research has found major disparities in mental health treatment for students across races and ethnic backgrounds.

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The Allapattah Collaborative CDC

The Allapattah Collaborative implement place making techniques to foster identity, support wealth building strategies for marginalized communities of color and advocate for policies and procedures that support equitable, comprehensive and sustainable community development.

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Minority-owned businesses

SBA is committed to supporting the development and growth of minority-owned small businesses and entrepreneurs from underserved communities.

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Breaking Barriers to Credit and Capital Access for Black, Latinx, and Women-Owned Businesses

The Covid-19 pandemic did not cause the inequities in the U.S. financial system, but it has highlighted and further exacerbated the stark inequities of

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Pay Pal: Investing in Black and Latino-Led Venture Capital Funds

PayPal Holdings, Inc. is betting on Black and Latino/a small businesses. The worldwide online payments systems company recently announced it will invest $50 million in eight early-stage, Black and Latinx-led venture capital funds.

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Black Capital is an early-stage fund focused on investing in black and other underrepresented founders.

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BLCK VC is transforming the venture capital industry to mirror the diverse demographics of the U.S. Venture Capital is a crucial component of achieving economic equality; it is a vehicle to build wealth, develop future leaders, and strengthen communities.

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African American Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia

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About These Resources

Since 2020, businesses across the U.S., Canada, and worldwide have focused attention, time and resources on anti-racist education. B Lab U.S. & Canada has also been one of those organizations channeling energy to move towards a racially equitable economy and society.

At the same time, those most directly impacted by systemic racism deserve to be highlighted, uplifted and centered within this community.