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Black Women Leaders Speak Up on Money and the “MeToo” Movement

BLACK WOMEN LEADERS SPEAK UP AND OUT ON MONEY AND THE “METOO” MOVEMENT Author Dr. Venus Opal Reese Says “It’s Not Only Our Time But Our Turn”  “Why is it when white women tell their truth it’s all over the media,” says Dr. Venus Opal Reese, creator of the Black Woman Millionaire Tour and author …

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Dorinda Walker: From a Path to Prison to a Life Full of Purpose

As the saying goes: “it’s not what people call you, it’s what you answer to” that matters. For Dorinda Walker, she now answers to the name given her by living a life full of purpose. That wasn’t always the case, however. In fact, the true-life story of Dorinda Walker can only be defined as her …

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Black Homebuyers Could Afford 55 Percent of U.S. Homes for Sale in 2017

Buyers overall could afford 74 percent of available homes last year – The gap between black and white homeownership rates has not significantly changed for more than 100 years. – Asian homebuyers had the most buying power, and could afford a home worth $155,000 more than the typical U.S. buyer. – Portland, Ore., and Minneapolis …

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Sodexo Honored as One of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises

Sodexo, a food services and facilities management company committed to improving Quality of Life, announced today that it has been named to Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s (WBENC) 18th annual list of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs) for the first time. This is the only national award honoring corporations for world-class supplier diversity programs …

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Sallie Mae and Hip-Hop Artist Dee-1 Help Deserving Customer Pay ‘Sallie Mae Back’

Nick Sywyj of Kent, Ohio, Receives $10,000 to Pay Off Sallie Mae Student Loan As Part of #MissionFinish Contest Sallie Mae, the nation’s saving, planning, and paying for college company – in partnership with educator-turned hip-hop artist Dee-1 – today paid off $10,000 in student loans for Nick Sywyj, 23, of Kent, Ohio, the winner …

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5-Year Old Entrepreneur Teaching Investing

5-YEAR OLD FREDERICKSBURG NATIVE TO RELEASE EXCITING, NEW BOOK ON INVESTING, SAVING MONEY AND PURCHASING HER FIRST INVESTMENT PROPERTY Author Kennedy O’Neal of Faith Baptist School will celebrate the release of her new book, “The Adventures of Super Kennedy: Saving and Investing” at Central Park Funland on March 17th  Kennedy O’Neal may only be 5-years …

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Capital One Bank Sued For Racial Discrimination Against Blacks and Latinos

CAPITAL ONE BANK HIT WITH EXPLOSIVE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT FILED BY THE HOUSTON NAACP AND LULAC CLAIMING THE BANK DISCRIMINATES AGAINST BLACK AND LATINO CUSTOMERS IN FAVOR OF WHITE CUSTOMERS The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Houston Branch (“NAACP”), League of United Latin American Citizens, District VIII (“LULAC”) and a former bank …

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