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Housing Discrimination Widens the Homeownership Gap for Black Americans

The Black homeownership gap has increased by more than 30% since the height of the pandemic. That is higher than it was 60 years ago when racial discrimination in housing was legal.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Should I Buy a Home?

With some careful planning and prudent spending habits, there is a home for almost every budget and financial circumstance.

by Pam Hill
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
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
Rent vs. Own: Which Housing Option Is Best For You

Therefore, becoming a homeowner is not for everyone. Although many people believe that purchasing a home and becoming a homeowner is the best financial decision one can make, renting may be the best option for you.

by Sheena Allen
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
Celebrating National Homeownership Month: Three (3) Financial Benefits to being a Homeowner

by Viviana Vazquez
The Rise of U.S. Capitalism and the Fight for Economic Equality for African Americans - Part II

“We must face the system head-on, and make strides to change it so that we can close the economic inequality gap and defeat capitalism.”

by Nailah Herbert
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
21 Savage Talks Financial Literacy

21 Savage continues to speak about his lack of financial literacy growing up, learning more about money in adulthood, and changes he is making to grow his money.

by CapWay
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