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Tesla Announces Dogecoin Acceptance, and the Crypto Soars

On December 14, 2021, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted he would accept Dogecoin as payment when purchasing select items from the Tesla merchandise store. The announcement by Musk caused the value of Dogecoin to increase by 20%.

by Matin Varshochi
Undergrad College Applications Are Up 22%, Mostly From the Wealthy

According to data released by the Common App, undergraduate college applications are up 22%, compared to pre-pandemic rates. However, 60% of college applicants come from affluent communities, while only 5% are from low-income backgrounds.

by Viviana Vazquez
Equity vs. Equality, and Why African Americans Deserve Both

In 2020, the nationwide protests surrounding the murder of George Floyd stirred up countless debates on why African Americans have yet to receive equality and may still have a long way to go to receive equity.

by Nailah Herbert
Inexpensive Ways to Give Back During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is quickly approaching, and many charitable organizations need volunteers, donations, and acts of charity.

by Sheena Allen
How Do Local Elections Affect Your Money?

Voting during the presidential elections every four years can be incredibly influential, as the President passes laws directly affecting the nation. However, it is equally essential to be aware of your local elections.

by Nailah Herbert
Why Group Economics is Important for Black Communities

Group economics is when groups of people have a common economic goal and work together to achieve it, and is one route that assists with the closing of the racial wealth gap, including the practice of supporting local businesses.

by Nailah Herbert
Nearly 20% of U.S. Households Have Lost All of Their Savings

The poll questioned 3,616 adults about health and financial problems affecting members of their household and outlined alarming statistics about American families reporting financial hardship during the Covid-19 pandemic.

by Sheena Allen
Why Black Business Month is Great, but Support Year-Round is Better

August is National Black Business Month, and the celebration and notoriety of the month have increased over the past few years. However, despite the increased buzz, the COVID-19 pandemic has made living conditions increasingly difficult for everyone, especially those who own Black-businesses.

by Nailah Herbert
Six Ways Group Economics Build Wealth Within Black Communities

The practice of group economics is becoming more popular, especially since it is becoming a more recognized way to build wealth with your family or friends.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Start Investing | Investing for Beginners

Are you ready to start investing but unsure of where to begin? Here’s what you need to know to start investing intelligently on your own.

by Viviana Vazquez
Apple Bans Internal Slack Channel of Workers

Apple employees set up a Slack channel to discuss pay equity, but the company banned the channel resulting in more controversy and tension between the company and workers.

by Nailah Herbert
Why We Should Support Black-Owned Businesses in August...and Beyond

August is recognized as National Black Business Month. When you choose to spend your money with a Black-owned business, you are choosing to assist them in building generational wealth, savings, and ultimately obtaining ownership.

by Sheena Allen
Four (4) College Grants You Should Consider Applying For

If you are either an upcoming or current college student, you should constantly be looking at scholarships and grants as your first choice to pay for college instead of setting for student loans. After all, free money over student loan debt wins every time.

by Viviana Vazquez
Redlining’s Lasting Effects on Black Americans Today

Redlining is a practice where mortgage lenders deny loans to people based on race or the racial makeup of their neighborhoods. The term comes from the National Housing Act of 1968 as part of the federal government's New Deal.

by Sheena Allen
Three Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Money in 2022

The first step in making confident financial choices is to improve your relationship with your finances. Without this foundation, you can easily succumb to peer pressure and derail your financial fortunes.

by Ilona Limonta-Volkova

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