The Boston Globe: Man Up Lifts Up Formerly Incarcerated Men Of Color

This week’s Ocean State Innovators conversation is with Rhonda Price, founder and CEO of Man Up Inc., a Providence-based nonprofit that provides training and job opportunities for formerly incarcerated men of color. The organization won the $50,000 first prize in the Nonprofit Innovation Lab pitch contest (which I helped judge), hosted by the United Way of Rhode Island and the Social Enterprise Greenhouse on Nov. 12.

View full article in The Boston Globe.

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