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Black Women as Providers: She Belongs On a $10 Bill

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

What better way to honor the unsung financial contributions of these women? It would also send a signal to black women to make financial health a critical part of their everyday lives and foster the necessary push for financial mentoring.

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