How Blacks Took Banking Into Their Own Hands

USA Today – More than 18% of African Americans don’t have traditional bank accounts, compared with 7% of all Americans, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. But where banks don’t fill the bill, communities have created their own solutions, including grassroots traditions and minority-owned banks and credit unions.

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