As previewed in Forbes:
The year 2020 was monumental for many reasons. From the crushing global pandemic that wrought lives and livelihoods lost, to the racial justice uprisings that spawned from the haunting video-recorded deaths of Black Americans.
As the world, including diverse businesses and consumers, turned their attention toward Black lives and businesses, I surveyed more than 70 Black wine entrepreneurs and interviewed more than 40 Black Vinovators in a first-of-its-kind research project.
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