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The Rockefeller Foundation’s U.S. Equity and Economic Opportunity Initiative Senior Vice President Otis Rolley III said it is unfortunate that African Americans are about 80% of Jackson’s population but control a small portion of the economy. Photo courtesy Rockefeller Foundation

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Black-Owned Jackson Businesses See Million-Dollar Boost

COVID-19 has hit Black-owned businesses in Jackson hard, but Otis Rolley III, senior vice president of The Rockefeller Foundation's U.S. Equity and Economic Opportunity Initiative, is eager to work with …


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