By Renée Joslyn

Unbound Stories: Black Thought

As a reminder of all the good work that is happening around the world in the middle of what seems like endless chaos and injustice, I decided to launch a series of inspiring stories of philanthropy that focus on the amazing work of people whose names we all know, and even some that may be new names to you. These will be stories of people who are unapologetic about how they show up for their communities and use their time, influence, and resources to shine a light where they can. This is Unbound Stories.

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