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Is Web3 Really The Future of Everything Or Just A Huge Sham?

Spin 26 Sep 2022
“Traditional markets and traditional banking have failed us all equally,” she said, whether it’s the unbanked, Black business owners or Latino nonprofits ... bill and implementation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC), which countries like Australia are already testing.

Latino Vote To Determine Outcome In Dozens Of 2022 Midterm Races

The Liberty Beacon 23 Sep 2022
Latino Vote To Determine Outcome In Dozens Of 2022 Midterm Races. Latinos make up the second-largest voting bloc in the United States ... Meanwhile, Democratic heavyweights are directly appealing to Latino voters to seal erosion in what had been a solid, reliable bank of support ... 2-11 nationwide of 400 registered Latino voters published Sept.

Financial Fairness at Risk with Proposed TD Bank-First Horizon Merger

Houston Forward Times 21 Sep 2022
As banks grow larger through mergers and focus on growing online and mobile services, serious concerns emerge on how fair and how accessible banking will be to traditionally underserved Black and Latino communities ...African American and Latino borrowers are more likely to get turned down by TD Bank than by any other major mortgage lender.

How will Colorado’s Hispanic and Latino voters impact midterm elections? New polls give a glimpse.

The Tribune Greeley 21 Sep 2022
Henrichsen and Varela, as well as their party’s leadership, are banking on their economic messages resonating with Hispanic and Latino voters as well as the broader population ... Dominick Moreno, a Commerce City Democrat who’s part of the legislature’s Latino caucus and leading his ...

Accel Real Estate Commission Advance Can Provide Financing to Realtors Associated with Bank of America's ...

Victoria Advocate 21 Sep 2022
It was recently created by the bank to increase homeowner ownership in primarily Black and Latino communities ... While the Community Affordable Loan Solution program isn't restricted too only Black and Latino applicants, the goal of the program is to help increase ownership in these communities.

Comerica Bank Creates Business Banking Team to Serve Southern Sector of Dallas County

The Facts 21 Sep 2022
20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Comerica Bank has named Trent Sampson, Jerry Collazo and Adriana Najera to its newly-formed South Dallas Business Banking Team led by Group Manager Derric Hicks ... "For many years, we have provided retail banking services and made community investments in the South Dallas community ... SOURCE Comerica Bank.

Oregon almost closes COVID vaccination gap between Latino and white Oregonians

Herald and News 19 Sep 2022
Without the energy provided by organizations like the Latino Network, the Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Network, Centro Cultural, and dozens of similar nonprofits and churches across the state, Banks and Leonard said the gap in vaccination rates wouldn’t have closed.

Hispanic Heritage Month: Hispanic and Latino business in America | Opinion

NJ 19 Sep 2022
A recent Stanford’s report found that only 20% of Latino-owned businesses that applied for national bank loans over $100,000 obtained funding, compared to 50% of their white-owned business peers ... among Latinos, 51% received loans versus 77% for whites ... The number of Latinos ...

A Private Members Club Opens in L.A.’s Historically Black West Adams Neighborhood

The Hollywood Reporter 18 Sep 2022
Show additional share options. Show additional share options ... “We’re used to being tolerated in spaces and not celebrated within them ... Adams Blvd ... The Gathering Spot’s most notable collaboration yet, however, is its merger with Fintech Greenwood, a digital banking platform for Black and Latino individuals and business owners, in May.

Reyes: Building Hispanic wealth is investing in Oklahoma City

The Journal Record 16 Sep 2022
At Bank of America, we strive to do our part to make an impact by helping build Hispanic-Latino wealth in Oklahoma City. Why do we do this? Because it is good for Hispanic-Latino families and, therefore, good for our entire nation ... .

Another California exodus: Dairy cows leave for greener pastures in Texas, Arizona as farms squeezed

The Los Angeles Times 16 Sep 2022
“Economics is the biggest driver of farmers leaving to go out of state,” Oosten said ... (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times) ... Advertisement ... When Mike McMahon’s Latino employees need to go to the bank, the pharmacy or the grocery store, he makes sure someone drives them to town, waits while they run errands, and then brings them safely back to his dairy farm.

Brazi Bites Launches Latino Entrepreneur Accelerator Program to Support Underserved Population of Business Owners in ...

The Joplin Globe 13 Sep 2022
small businesses ( Biz2Credit Latino-Owned Business Study 2021) ... Only 20% of Latino-owned companies seeking national bank loans exceeding $100,000 were approved in 2020, compared to 50% of White-owned enterprises, making the need for funding crucial ( Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative 2021).

Biden to attend premier Hispanic Heritage Month event

The Hill 10 Sep 2022
Organized by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the Annual Awards Gala hosts a who’s who of Latinos in politics, culture and advocacy ... DC, Chicago, NY lawmakers call for $50 million for bused migrants Bank of America to fund Black, Latino low-income financial institutions.

DC, Chicago, NY lawmakers call for $50 million for bused migrants

The Hill 09 Sep 2022
A group of House Democrats on Friday called on Congress to provide $50 million in federal funding to house and feed migrants bused to northern cities from Texas and Arizona. In a  led by Reps ... Since Texas Gov ... Bank of America to fund Black, Latino low-income financial institutions Record number of migrants die at southern border ... .

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