Talk Money with Mesh Lakhani

Black in Business

51:39 | Aug 12th

5 recommendations

In this special episode, we delve into systemic racism in the United States from an economic lens and bring you three stories from Black entrepreneurs during the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests in th...Show More


Recommendations

mm recommended:Sep 22nd

What does it mean to be a Black entrepreneur in this societal context? Three stories of Black founders who are changing the game. Really interesting nuanced reflections from the retail store owner who's store got trashed and looted during the riots.

I thought this episode was:

💪 Inspirational
🤔 Thought-provoking
👍 Well-produced

armonarani recommended:Aug 17th

This episode needs to be shared. It reveals three important and moving stories related to the Black Lives Matter movement happening in the United States right now. Exceptionally well done and a must listen.

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
😢 Moving
💬 A great conversation
💎 A Hidden Gem
💡 Educational
💯 A must listen
😭 A tear-jerker
🤔 Thought-provoking
👍 Well-produced
📝 Well-written

shreyaisms recommended:Aug 14th

This episode educates, inspires and humbles. Listening to this has made me want to do more, learn more and share more about Black entrepreneurs. Uncomfortable conversations? I'm ready to lean in, thanks to Mesh and the inspiring guests - Chris, Kris and Yelitsa.

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
💡 Educational
😭 A tear-jerker

américaturner recommended:Aug 13th

I thought this episode was:

😢 Moving
💡 Educational
🤔 Thought-provoking

aliceko recommended:Aug 13th

This episode made me cry as it explored and explained systemic racism from an economic lens from three Black entrepreneurs who were dealing with the aftermath of the BLM protests AND COVID-19. When Kris from Attom was explaining how his shop was vandalized... my heart... when Chris was explaining...Show More

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
😢 Moving
💛 Honest
👍 Well-produced

shreyaismsAug 14th

@aliceko My favourite quote is by Chris - When people don't see you as what they think is supposed to be in that space, it makes it difficult to convince people that you belong there. Chills.