She’s motivated to balance the scales of justice for people of color

INSPIRED TO HELP: Saikon Gbehan Isijola, owner of the Law Office of Saikon Gbehan LLC in Providence, launched the business in 2010 to represent and advocate for people from “communities that are disadvantaged, disenfranchised or under-resourced.”
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
INSPIRED TO HELP: Saikon Gbehan Isijola, owner of the Law Office of Saikon Gbehan LLC in Providence, launched the business in 2010 to represent and advocate for people from “communities that are disadvantaged, disenfranchised or under-resourced.”
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

(Editor’s note: This is the 31st installment in a monthly series ­speaking with minority business owners and leaders. Each will be asked their views on minority-business conditions in the state and for ways to improve those businesses’ chances for success. See previous installments here.) Saikon Gbehan Isijola started seeing injustices around her at a young

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