“I don’t think you can solve anything you don’t want to talk about”: A Q&A with the co-founder of the Black Wealth Club

A conversation with Alexander Sinora on a new not-for-profit organization supporting Black leaders across Canada to build their skills and support systems

Why It Matters

Less access to capital and networks has held back Black communities for too long. The resulting wealth gap hurts their economic power and prospects. The Black Wealth Club offers Black professionals a path to build their social and financial wealth, and amplify their impact.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"\u201cI don\u2019t think you can solve anything you don\u2019t want to talk about\u201d: A Q&A with the co-founder of the Black Wealth Club. Alexander Sinora, co-founder of the Black Wealth Club, a not-for-profit organization focused on supporting Black leaders across Canada.\u00a0 Black communities in Canada have long faced systemic and structural hurdles in creating and sustaining wealth. Income inequality, discriminatory housing policies and weak support structures are among the reasons why these communities continue to earn much less than their white counterparts. Over time, this has limited the ability of Black professionals to thrive and thwarted the intergenerational transfer of wealth. Closing those income and opportunity gaps is central to the wo

Future of Good journalism and events produce insightful analysis and knowledge you need to work and grow.

Read this article with a free account or explore membership options for unlimited access.