Saving money saves you. Sayings like, “you must save for a rainy day” or “a penny saved is a penny earned” are cliches because, over time, they have proven to
Category: Financial Health
When it comes to the difference in wealth between Black and White households in America, the gap is substantial and persistent. A recent paper circulated by the National Bureau of
Money is energy. Your childhood experiences with it can dictate your financial decisions as an adult. How your parents talked about finances and the traumatic events that occurred due to
Financial literacy and the right education are critical for black families to thrive in the 21st century. Statistically, African American families face significant hurdles due to generations of structural racism and systemic oppression. There remains a yawning wealth gap between black and white families.
Host Jon D. Brown speaks with Will Packer, continuing the conversation from July about perseverance and financial health. This interview is the August 25th edition of the Black Men’s Health Summer Lunch Series.
Host Jon D. Brown speaks with Rob Hardy about perseverance. This interview is the July 23rd edition of the Black Men’s Health Summer Lunch Series.