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How the Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp Outage Hurt Small Businesses

The social media outage between Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp turned out to be a wake-up call for numerous small business owners. Many small business owners are choosing not to heavily rely solely on social media to serve their customers and set up other forms of connectivity like a business website and email list.

by Nailah Herbert
First-Gen Money Mondays with Gigi Gonzalez: Being the First-Generation

On the first episode of First-Gen Money Mondays, host Viviana Vazquez chatted with Gigi Gonzalez, founder of The First Gen Mentor. Gigi is a first-generation American, first-generation college graduate, and first-generation white-collar professional.

by Viviana Vazquez
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
College Athletes Can Now Profit Off of Their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL)

Somewhere in the world today, a kid is shooting a jump shot while yelling out "Kobe" or throwing a football with dreams of being the next Tom Brady. People play sports for different reasons, ranging from staying in shape to hopes of playing in the pros.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Protest Using Your Dollars

The protests are calling for a change in a system that is long overdue. If you can’t physically march amongst your allies, you still have the power to evoke change using your hard-earned dollars.

by CapWay
Riding the COVID-19 Financial Rollercoaster: 4 Critical Safety Rules

These are four quick thoughts about navigating the financial implications of COVID-19.

by Kimberley Wren
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Stix

Stix utilizes his platform to help build his hometown of Watts, California, into a thriving community by providing individuals and families with resources from financial education programs to charitable fundraising.

by Nailah Herbert
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Claressa Lesley

Financial educator Claressa Lesley, MBA, is the founder and CEO of Financial 411 Academy LLC, a company that promotes interactive financial literacy education among youth and young adults.

by Nailah Herbert
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Anthony Copeman

Anthony Copeman is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), founder and Chief Visionary of Financial Lituation, a digital platform to help young people reinvent their finances and reimagine their freedom.

by Nailah Herbert
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Nadia Vanderhall

Nadia Vanderhall is the founder of The Brands + Band$ Strategy Group. She is an expert marketer who merged her love for digital marketing and money to create a culturally-driven hub to impact change for both individuals and companies.

by Nailah Herbert
Black History Month: Finance Edition with Mykail James

Black History Month is a celebration for African-Americans who have paved or are paving the way for future generations. We collaborated with several finance influencers who are making a difference throughout their community and beyond.

by Nailah Herbert
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