Where's Our Money?: The Fight for Black Economic Justice

Where's Our Money?: The Fight for Black Economic Justice

Where's Our Money?: The Fight for Black Economic Justice

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Where's Our Money?: The Fight for Black Economic Justice
  • OneUnited Bank Continues The Legacy Of Black Wall Street w/ Greenwood Debit Card

    OneUnited Bank is the nation's largest black-owned and FDIC-insured bank.

    The bank's connection to the original Black Wall Street and civil rights goes back generations through its Chairman & CEO, Kevin Cohee, whose great-great-grandfather won 40-acre allotments for Freedmen. Those allotments f...

  • Frozen Out: Black Media Gets 1% Of Fed Media $$$

    In 2018 a report by the Government Accountability Office revealed federal agencies spend very little advertising dollars with minority-owned businesses.

    The report found that from 2013 - 2018, federal government agencies spent a total of $5 billion dollars in advertising, but only spent $327 mi...

  • Show Us The Money! Wendell Pierce, Black Media Companies Demand Their Fair Share

    A handful of Black owned media entities have banded together to launch a new Black Owned Media Coalition at the New Orleans City Council.

    The conglomerate is comprised of Data News Weekly, the Louisiana Weekly, WBOK Radio station and the New Orleans Tribune.

    In an effort to stop coddling comp...

  • Helping The Unbanked Get Banked: Killer Mike Talks Greenwood Banking Platform

    Greenwood is a mobile banking platform that was inspired by the early 1900s Greenwood District, where recirculation of Black wealth occurred regularly and a place where Black businesses thrived. The creators of Greenwood Aim to tackle economic injustice.

    The mobile financial institution exists t...

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  • Black Media 'Extinction Level Event': Black Ad Agency Files $100M Lawsuit

    Hero Group, a Black owned creative and digital innovation studio has filed a lawsuit in Illinois Northern District Court against marketing company DDB, alleging DDB "exploited" Hero to win a ten year U.S. Army contract.

    The breach of contract lawsuit states DDB, which is owned by Omnicom Group,...