We Need to Invest in Financial Wellness Education to Build Stronger Black and Latina/o Communities

by Samantha Romero and Dr. Benjamin M. Drury

In the tranquility of our typical day, where comfort envelops us like a warm embrace, the last thing we want to confront is the harsh reality of financial stress that brings feelings of anxiety about the future.

Here’s how much people say lack of financial literacy cost in 2022

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