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Learn the Truth.

The Making of Black Angels is a movement to increase awareness about the challenges that Black entrepreneurs face in accessing capital. We are working to help more people understand how the world of angel investing works and the role that angel investing plays in creating a pathway to venture funding. 


 Watch the 15-minute introductory video below.

Fact: Of the $147 billion in venture capital invested in startups during the first half of 2021, just 1.2 percent went to black founders, according to Crunchbase News.  


By increasing diversity, inclusion, and participation in the angel investing community, Making of Black Angels aims to increase access to startup funds for black-owned businesses.

The Making of Black Angels

A movement to overcome the historic barriers to access to capital for black entrepreneurs and founders by increasing investor inclusion and diversity. 

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A Deep Dive:  Access the Full-Length Course
(Offered via Teachable Platform)

All courses are offered complimentary. 

Ideal for entrepreneurs, investors, and allies at any stage of investment planning and capital funding exploration:

  • Part 1: An introduction to startup funding explores deal sourcing and evaluation. Hear about the angel investing journey from Stephanie Fowler, Founder & Managing Partner, Morgan Capital Partners, LLC.

  • Part 2: In this second part of a three-part series, delves into how to evaluate deals and developing your criteria. Meet current venture fund and angel investors.

  • Part 3: In this culminating session, hear from the angel investor community, learn about tangible ways to start your journey, including the critical role crowdfunding plays.

This initiative is funded with generous support from
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