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Danielle Humphrey baked out of her home for years before openeing a storefront bakery, Contrary Cupcakes a year ago in St. Louis. The 29-year-old is part of the country's fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs -- black women. TIM LLOYD | ST. LOUIS PUBLIC RADIO

Black Girl Magic

Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs.

But as a group, they're largely ignored by the investment community. 

Why is that? And what are people doing to change that?

We dive into this disconnect in our latest episode, and we tell you about efforts — local and national — to close this gap and make the start-up world more inclusive. 

Along the way, we bring you several stories of black women entrepreneurs, from a local St. Louis baker to the founder of Blavity