Basic Black is on location at Grace by Nia, a new Black owned supper club in the Seaport section -- a thriving neighborhood and business district in Boston. The buildup of the Seaport has been years in the making, with its shops, housing, and entertainment. However, there has been criticism about barriers to entry for entrepreneurs of color coming to the area. As more businesses of color open establishments in the neighborhood, what is the impact, and how will Black and Brown companies help transform the Seaport--and potentially Boston's image? This episode?s panel features Nia Grace, Corean Reynolds, and Richard Taylor, JD MBA. Callie Crossley hosts.
Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 46 seconds
Episode Number: 5531
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