Growing up in 1960s Britain, Mo Abudu, had few role models to demonstrate a path for young black women of African descent, but thanks to her, the next generation does. As the founder of Ebony Life Media, this entrepreneur extraordinaire is blazing a path of African content development and distribution, which is finally putting black stories at the forefront and gaining tremendous audiences globally.
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