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December 18, 2015 4:00 AM

With Knight Foundation support, PowerMoves program to launch in Miami

PowerMoves provides mentorship, support and access to capital to entrepreneurs of color

The new Miami office will run bootcamps, pitch competitions and a yearlong fellowship program

The goal of the program, which received $1.2 million in Knight funding, is to help make Miami’s ecosystem broadly inclusive

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