New Voices Foundation acquires Madam C.J. Walkers 28,000-square-foot-property that is located in New York and will turn it into a learning institute for entrepreneurs.
The estate was named after her daughter A’Lelia Walker Robinson and was the first estate to be owned by a person of color. This estate plus a New Voices Fund of $100 million will be used to help black women entrepreneurs.
Richelieu Dennis who is the founder of “New Voices Foundation” hopes to serges women of color with guides impact and inspiration. According to Essence Dennis stated, “The estates significance is much greater than just a house or property or historic landmark. It is a place where dreams were formed.” This estate will use a curriculum-based learning program to help build, grow, and expand their businesses.

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