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Cutting Edge Features: “Impact Investing Is Being Democratized-and Marginalized Communities Are Benefiting”

Stanford Social Innovation and Review‘s (SSIR) article by Amy Cortese, “Impact Investing Is Being Democratized-and Marginalized Communities Are Benefiting,” shares findings of how community capital has improved marginalized communities. Cortese, founder and editor of Locavesting and co-founder of investibule, backs her long time championing of community capital over traditional venture capital funding through numbers and figures gathered from the first 500 community capital campaigns (the Community Capital 500) on investibule’s site. Read the SSIR article here.