Why Black Panther and Representation Matters

Black History Month is more than just stopping to honor the history, culture and legacy of black people. It is also about understanding the power of representation. Representation has the ability to awaken the spirit of justice within the human soul.

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Stories from the Recovery: Monique's Journey

Monique Lampkin experienced financial hardship during the months following Hurricane Harvey, but that didn’t stop her from asking for help and getting back on her feet.

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Disaster Recovery Restoration Centers Open Across Houston

As part of an ongoing effort to help our neighbors affected by Hurricane Harvey, BakerRipley has partnered with the City of Houston and Harris County to offer long-term disaster recovery support and services at BakerRipley community centers as part of the Neighborhood Restoration Program.

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BakerRipley’s approach to long-term disaster recovery

We have put in place disaster recovery programs which will be responsive to the needs of our neighbors and we are focused on providing resources to help those in need and to alleviate human suffering caused by the storm.

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Meet the Winners of ¡Lánzate Houston!

¡Lánzate Houston!, the first pitch competition conducted entirely in Spanish in Houston, was hosted by BakerRipley’s Entrepreneur Connection Program in partnership with the The City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity.

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Angela Blanchard Named Social Entrepreneur in Residence at Brown University

BakerRipley CEO Named Spring 2018 Swearer Center SEIR.

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