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The Importance of Financial Literacy In The Black Community



“REVOLT BLACK NEWS” guest correspondent Rodney Rikai leads a roundtable discussion about financial literacy, economic mobility and closing the wealth gap with the good folks at Ally financial. It’s Moguls in the Making! Now, more than ever, lessons on financial literacy is one topic that the Black community can definitely benefit from. Presented by Ally.

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