The mission of this class is to inspire and prepare students to start ventures that make the world more just and equal. This requires operating in a tough milieu of poverty, broken trust, broken public and private institutions, pervasive discrimination, and generational loss. Students will learn to (a) view marginalization and poverty through systematic frameworks, (b) explore and critique the intellectual bedrock of prevalent social venture thinking, including the role of innovation, technology, and markets, and (c) learn how to establish ventures, design interventions, lead idealistic teams, and create enduring change.