Watch the Make Money Work Documentaries
Improving the African American community’s historic and contemporary interactions with the financial system requires education, empowerment and empathy around money and banking. A lack of financial knowlege can mean dire consequences, even among the most diligent of spenders, savers and investors.
The following story shows a journey from foreclosure to financial stability, emphasizing both hazards and help that are available along the way.
New American Dreams
Many New Americans arrive from cultures and circumstances that provide no context for understanding the U.S. banking system. Bi-lingual children often navigate dicussions as their parents strive for greater financial literacy.
By tapping into helpful recources, New Americans can learn about banking, and open doors to owning their own homes, starting businesses and more.