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Money Talk financial literacy conference focuses on wealth building

This article provides a synopsis of an event in Massachusetts in which Democracy Collaborative Senior Fellow and Executive Vice President Marjorie Kelly joins Teri Williams, Glynn Lloyd, and Melvin Miller in the opening panel discussion to help Black individuals and families build wealth.

Among the attendees: a real estate broker looking to expand into investment, an entrepreneur looking to scale up her embroidery business, an accountant looking to expand a line of work helping blacks manage wealth. “As you build wealth, we want you to maintain it,” said Erica Rose of EMD Shared Services America… Read full article.

Publication date: 2016-10-18
Parent publication: The Bay State Banner
Publication URL: http://baystatebanner.com/news/2016/oct/19/money-talk-financial-literacy-conference-focuses-w/?page=2

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