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Before all the drama regarding #Hello911TheyBlack this year, back in November 2017 there was another victim of outrageous racism that few have heard about. It is the story of Dr. Barbara Carroll, 78, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who went to her local  Wells Fargo bank in Victoria Park and attempted to cash a check. Carroll…

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Hope Global Forums 2017 once again saw thousands come to Atlanta from across the globe bringing actionable plans on tackling global and local issues of financial dignity. John Hope Bryant, the founder of Operation Hope, has been successful in bringing together need, money and technology to search for solutions. The event was held at the…

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Wells Fargo engaged in a massive, years-long bank fraud scam that affected millions of customers. As previously reported, the bank has fired over 5K employees who created fake accounts and moved funds around without the permission of its customers. This includes employees who have come forward stating that they were pressured by supervisors to engage…

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  A few years ago I participated in a fitness program that helped me lose 30 pounds. For the record I gained it all back, an explanation for that is for a different post. Recently I completed a Ten Day Celebrity cleanse and lost 10 pounds. That’s pretty awesome right? I think it is and…

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Brenda Ross Dulan is the executive vice president and region president for Wells Fargo in the state of New Jersey. As a teen, Dulan thought that she wanted to work as an actuary, but the Howard University alum didn’t expect that she’d work in banking. After attaining her MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, she decided to move away from insurance and into banking. And she hasn’t looked back.

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Teri Williams, president and chief operating officer at One United Bank talks about improving your credit and the launch of their new secured credit card. One United Bank is the largest African American-owned bank. Why did you decide to take on a secured card? One of the reasons we decided to take on the secured…

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Wells Fargo’s SVP and regional manager of California Community Development, Brenda Wright, has an important message for the black community.  Her experience in banking has shown her what it takes to turn the tides of a bad economy.  She and her team have done it in California’s Bay Area.  Despite the gloomy economic forecasts, she’s…

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