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We think you’ll enjoy this curated selection of articles from Wealthtender Financial Network partners.
🏫 Racism in Schools and Money
“Education and personal finance are my two passions. And racism is everywhere in them. These things can be true, and I can still have hope it will get better.” [Educator FI]
⬛ Supporting Black Lives Matter
“We don’t try enough as a nation to help our struggling communities and give them the same access to financial services as more privileged communities have. This has a ripple effect to black-owned housing, businesses, and more.” [I like to Dabble]
Recent podcast episodes from Wealthtender Financial Network partners you should listen to next.
🎧 Rich & Not Famous (Yet)
In this episode, Cody and Justin learn the unique challenges that face the black community when it comes to wealth building. Their interview with Julien and Kiersten, creators of the Rich & Regular blog, sheds light on both challenges and opportunities faced by the couple with lessons shared that can benefit everyone.
With a recently signed book deal, you might be hearing more about this dynamic couple soon. [The FI Show]
Social media accounts we think you might want to follow, too.
@moneyinmatrimony on Facebook.
Why? This social media account owned by Danielle Davis helps married couples learn how to improve their money habits by changing their mindsets.
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