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Blacks still struggle to qualify for personal and business credit; new website wants to help

how poor credit makes it much tougher to secure loans and gain access to credit, especially for African-Americans ...

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Continue job search during the holidays

Broward Workforce Development Board and WorkForce One Employment Solutions Offer Tips for Job Search Strategies During the Holiday Season ...

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SBA says Black Banks need to step up lending practices

Small Business Administration is asking Black bankers to step up efforts to provide financing for minority entrepreneurs seeking start-up and continuing capital for their businesses ...

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CBC opposes plan to enable predatory lending

Congressional Black Caucus colleagues are actively opposing a bill that would negatively impact consumers of color and others who lack a personal bank account. ...

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Vice President of Communication-United Nations Foundation

Aaron Sherinian served as managing director of Public Affairs for the Millennium Challenge Corporation, a U.S Government Development Assistant Agency administering poverty reduction grants totaling over seven billion dollars in 40 partner countries ...

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Keija Minor named ‘Brides’ Editor-In-Chief, First African-American to head up a Condé Nast magazine

editor-in-chief(EIC) of Brides, making her the first person of color to ever hold the title at a Condé Nast Publications (CNP) magazine ...

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County Commissioner Sharief finds new way to fund community projects

All of the money will come from the district office budget of Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief. ...

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