Mali Jeffers, left, and Alan Bacon launched Ganggang, a cultural development startup, in November 2020. Leah Tribbett photo

"Cultural Startup Focused On Black Artists Wants To Push Barriers ‘Until There Are None"

by: David Lindquist via Forbes

“Ganggang isn’t bogged down in superficial discussions about diversity, equity and inclusion. Instead, the cultural development firm promotes racial justice by investing in Black artists.

 

Founded by Indianapolis power couple Malina “Mali” Jeffers and Alan Bacon, Ganggang organized public performances by more than 500 musicians, dancers and spoken-word artists during the 2021 NCAA men’s basketball tournament….” 

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