Economist Dr. Lisa Cook Is the First Black Woman to Serve on the U.S. Federal Reserve Board
Dr. Cook is the latest Black woman nominated by President Joe Biden to a position making her the first to serve on a federal body.
Joint Center Poll Finds Black People Cautiously Optimistic About Biden Presidency
Joint Center Poll Finds Black Americans Cautiously Optimistic But Concerned About Economics and Race
You Might Be Eligible For A $1400 IRS Plus-Up Stimulus Check, But The Deadline Is December 31st
To be eligible you must have made less in 2020 than in 2019.
Black Women Are Leaving the Workforce at the Highest Rates of Any U.S. Demographic, Report Says
Black Women Leaving U.S. Workforce More Than Other Demographics, Report Says
Black Women’s Equal Pay Day 2021: How To Negotiate Your Salary Like a Boss
Two industry experts give us the scoop on getting paid.
CEO of OneUnited Bank Announces Campaign To End The Racial Wealth Gap
OneUnited Bank teaches you how to generate steady money.
WAS 60: Economic Empowerment Is Key
@MrMIMB on how entrepreneurship can uplift Black community.
Economics Needs More Minorities, Women, Says Federal Reserve Chair
Janet Yellen addressed the lack of diversity at conference.
Black Businesses Locked Out of SBA Loans
What can be done to increase loans to Black businesses?