There is no reason why any one group, race, religion, etc. should have better tools or abilities than another in order to produce in the entrepreneurial world.  This article highlights the continued disparity between minority-owned and majority-owned businesses and the reason behind the purpose of our organization:

The number of businesses owned by minorities increased faster than the number owned by whites, according to Census data released July 13. But minority companies’ economic impact­—measured by total sales and how many workers they employ­—budged only a little from 2002 to 2007. And the percentage of minorities who own businesses is still far lower than the percentage of whites who do.

The number of minority-owned businesses increased from fewer than 4 million in 2002 to 5.8 million five years later, a 46 percent jump. That compares with . . . Read More.

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