Alex's latest for Cassius Mag/Wells Fargo on Village Micro Fund: 3 Young Brothers Working To Empower Atlanta Entrepreneurs

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In his latest for Cassius Mag, Alex profiled three sharp, ambitious young brothers who are using their Black Excellence and brilliance to provide business consulting, support services, and access to funding to Black innovators in Atlanta, Georgia. Donte Miller, Nathan Jones, and Robin McKinnie, co-founders of Village Micro Fund, are uplifting their community one small business at a time, and "are proving that under-resourced communities around the country can self direct the development of their neighborhoods." Check it out right here for $Free.99.

 The co-founders of Village Micro Fund

The co-founders of Village Micro Fund

Alexander Hardy

New York City-based food-lover Alexander Hardy is the dance captain for Saint Damita Jo Jackson’s royal army and co-host of The Extraordinary Negroes podcast. He is an essayist, freelance copywriter, cultural critic, chicken enthusiast, lupus survivor, mental health advocate and educator who has written for, Eater, Courvoisier, Esquire, The Root, CNN, Gawker, The Huffington Post, Saint Heron, and Very Smart Brothas, among other wonderful outlets. When not writing on, he enjoys cheese grits, power naps, sweet tea, and all things chicken-related. Alexander does not believe in snow or Delaware.