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Financial Liberation Month

Our Right to Financial Liberation

Economic equity is a crucial part of establishing holistic racial equity for Black people. During Financial Liberation Month, we'll explore financial education in four phases: 

  • Housing Discrimination 
  • Cost of Living
  • Banking Liberation 
  • Increase of Pay

These areas play a significant role in the fight for the cancellation of student debt and economic mobility for Black and Brown communities.

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Let's Talk Capital

On April 30 at 12 pm ET, in partnership with Hello Alice, this conversation will demystify the process of accessing funding. Keisha Deonarine, NAACP's Director of Opportunity, Race, and Justice, will lead a discussion delving into alternative avenues for securing funding, debunk common myths surrounding access to capital, and give guidance on how to determine readiness for capital infusion.

Wisdom at Student Debt Rally

Education should be the key to financial freedom, not the barrier. Now more than ever, it is crucial that we continue the work necessary to ensure equitable access to education.

- Wisdom Cole, National Director, Youth and College

Sign Up to SAVE

SAVE on Student Debt helps to ensure borrowers can take full advantage of resources available from the Department of Education.

The SAVE plan will:

  • protect more of a borrower's income for basic needs
  • ensure that borrowers never see their balance grow due to unpaid interest as long as they keep up with their required payments.
  • halve the share of income that goes to payments on undergraduate loans

 

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