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Social entrepreneur Rodney Foxworth shares 10 personal treasures

Social entrepreneur Rodney Foxworth shares 10 personal treasures

While last April's unrest brought national attention to the plight of a large and mostly black disenfranchised community within Baltimore, that wasn't new news for Rodney Foxworth. The issues at the heart of Baltimore's troubles have been his passion for the last several years.

Just 31, Foxworth has already been on the ground floor of several ventures that combine technology with philanthropy to create opportunities for people of color. Those ventures in social entrepreneurship and economic inclusion include BMe (Black Male Engagement), which funds programs supporting black men in Baltimore and other cities; the Ours to Own Campaign, an investment project supporting community...

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