The Indigenous Women Entrepreneurship Fund is now open to women who may lack access to conventional funding. It was announced
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Rudo’s book addresses these negative mindsets by challenging us to go for our dreams. Written from the perspective of a black, successful entrepreneur, Rudo’s book is worth a read.
It is important, because black children have to see themselves in books, in movies, and on T.V. As a child of colour growing up, I didn’t have that opportunity. There weren’t many black women or men as protagonists in books, on T.V. or in the movies. Things have started to change, but we have a long way to go.
Amanda Nothando is not a stranger to the Edmonton society. An established voice in the creative arts and literary world, she is a native of Zimbabwe and a Canadian resident. Amanda is also the CEO and producer of the Monumental Arts Network. Amanda is a born entertainer and a woman who breaks down glass ceilings everywhere she goes.