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PRO/CON: Postal banking would help lift millions out of poverty and close the racial wealth gap

The Doylestown Intelligencer 18 Oct 2021
Local bank branches are shuttering in communities all across our country, and mainstream banks are failing to offer financial services that meet the needs of many communities, particularly low-income, rural, and Black and Latino communities ... A recent trend has made banking even less accessible.
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Postal banking would help lift millions out of poverty and close the racial wealth gap

News & Record 17 Oct 2021
Local bank branches are shuttering in communities all across our country, and mainstream banks are failing to offer financial services that meet the needs of many communities, particularly low-income, rural, and Black and Latino communities ... A recent trend has made banking even less accessible.
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PRO: Postal banking would help lift millions out of poverty and close the racial wealth gap

Johnson City Press 17 Oct 2021
Local bank branches are shuttering in communities all across our country, and mainstream banks are failing to offer financial services that meet the needs of many communities, particularly low-income, rural, and Black and Latino communities ... A recent trend has made banking even less accessible.
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The Executive’s Desk: NM’s Hispanic-led businesses nurture economy

Albuquerque Journal 16 Oct 2021
Despite these challenges, the Hispanic-Latino business outlook is strong ... Hispanics and Latinos make up nearly half of New Mexico’s population ... We know this because my company, Bank of America, serves 12 million Hispanic-Latino clients, one million of whom are also business owners working to make a lasting positive impact on their communities.
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Bank’s grant to help combat domestic abuse

The Journal Record 14 Oct 2021
The Latino Community Development Agency announced Wednesday that it received a $150,000 grant from Bank of America to support its Proyecto Cambio initiative to assist victims of domestic violence ... .
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Under the Hood: Car Loans Scrutinized as Discriminatory

The Washington Informer 13 Oct 2021
Car dealers often work with third-party lenders, such as banks or credit unions, to provide financing options to consumers ... Like the old adage of an educated consumer being the best customer, Davis advises Black and Latino consumers to use their banks or credit unions to obtain pre-approved auto loans before visiting a car showroom.
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Greenwood to Launch New iHeartRadio Podcast “Money Moves”

The Marshall News Messenger 12 Oct 2021
Greenwood, the digital banking platform for Black and Latino individuals and business owners, today announced the launch of its iHeartRadio Original Podcast “ .” The new daily audio ... Greenwood is a digital banking services platform for Black and Latino individuals and businesses.
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Group says new Illinois maps dilute Latino vote

The Telegraph - Alton 07 Oct 2021
SPRINGFIELD — Plaintiffs in two lawsuits challenging the state’s legislative redistricting plan have filed new complaints in federal court charging that the district maps that lawmakers approved in August dilute Latino voting power and thus violate the U.S ... Group says new Illinois maps dilute Latino vote. Bank hands out 450 breakfast sandwiches.
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Bank hands out 450 breakfast sandwiches

The Telegraph - Alton 07 Oct 2021
EDWARDSVILLE — The Bank of Hillsboro recently gave free breakfast sandwiches to the first 450 people who stopped by the Land of Goshen Community Market in Edwardsville. Thje sausage breakfast sandwiches were made by 222 Artisan Bakery and provided by the bank in celebration of its partnership with the market ... Bank hands out 450 breakfast sandwiches.
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Hispanic Heritage Month: La Providencia Brings Mexico To Passaic, N.J. ‘We Import Tradition And We ...

CBS Sports 07 Oct 2021
PASSAIC, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, and a new report finds Hispanic-Latino buying power is growing, with much of it concentrated in eight states, including New York and New Jersey ... Fun and games aside, a new study from the Bank of America finds the total economic input of Latinos in the U.S ... Latino population ... .
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Half of Connecticut residents have a close friend or family member who tested positive for ...

Hartford Courant 07 Oct 2021
Advertisement ... » ... Nearly a quarter of residents said they lost a job in the past year and 12% said they relied on a food bank for food. More Black and Latino residents said they experienced food insecurity. 16% of Black and 21% of Latino residents said there have been times over the past year when they did not have enough money to buy food ... » ... 19, 2020 ... .
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SIUE offers accelerated exercise degree

The Telegraph - Alton 07 Oct 2021
Graduate students Michael Ferreras, left, Jordan Killen, right, and Magali Coreggia. back, conduct heart rate and blood pressure while administering a graded exercise test at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville ...Strength and conditioning specialists ... Group says new Illinois maps dilute Latino vote. Bank hands out 450 breakfast sandwiches ... 9-16 ... .
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TUESDAY SOCCER ROUNDUP: Scottberg’s late goal lifts CM

The Telegraph - Alton 07 Oct 2021
Parker Scottberg scored with 27 seconds remaining in regulation time, lifting Civic Memorial to a 2-1 Mississippi Valley Conference victory over the Highland Bulldogs Tuesday in Highland. “It’s a tough place to play,” CM coach Derek Jarman said ... 8 Pana ... More news. Group says new Illinois maps dilute Latino vote. Bank hands out 450 breakfast sandwiches ... .
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Closing The Capital Gap: New Research From Bain & Company Reveals The Untapped Promise Of ...

Daily Times Chronicle 04 Oct 2021
Over their entire life cycle, healthy Latino-owned businesses experience lower odds of being fully funded by national banks. And more mature Latino-owned businesses—those with greater than $1 million in revenue—are 16 percentage points less likely to be fully funded by national banks compared with their white-owned peers.
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5 charts that illustrate why being Hispanic or Latino is more than speaking Spanish

Henry Herald 03 Oct 2021
Bosquez represents the complexity of Latinos, a diverse group whose presence in the United States predates the country's current borders ... The Covid-19 pandemic was a major blow for most small businesses and those owned by Latinos and other people of color were hit hardest, according to an analysis from the 12 banks of the Federal Reserve.
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