Entrepreneurship as Protest

Anti-poverty advocate Brandale Randolph sells high-tech bikes to law enforcement agencies. This Juneteenth, Brandale shares his vision for the future. Background A history buff with a background in business, Brandale named his company, 1854 Cycling, after the July 4, 1854 protest in Framingham by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, attended by William Lloyd Garrison, Sojourner Truth,Continue reading “Entrepreneurship as Protest”