Local Business Leader Writes Personal 'Black Agenda'

Photo Courtesy: Marlon Platt

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus business owner, Capital University graduate, and activist Marlon Platt says he wants to be part of the solution. He created what he calls the “Five Point Black Agenda,” addressing concerns in the Black community after the coronavirus pandemic and months of protests.

“I think protests are great. I think they’re a great starting point. The point of a protest is to raise awareness, but if you don’t have a plan of action after that,…

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