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Why Don't More Financial Advisors Look Like Lazetta Braxton"? - How to Address the Industry's Race Problem

Why Don't More Financial Advisors Look Like Lazetta Braxton"? - How to Address the Industry's Race Problem More black families are entering the economic mainstream, have more income and are saving for college and retirement.... They need advice and [the financial services industry] is passing up millions of dollars by not reaching out to them. -Rev. Anthony Evans

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Black Churches Have Become Financial Planning Educators The National Black Church Initiative has successfully educated 125,000 families on the important facets of proper financial planning
The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI) foresaw the mortgage crisis that hit the U.S. in 2008 a number of years before anyone even suspected such a cataclysmic event would happen.

Within the African-American community, at any rate.

As far back as 2004, “our pastors were calling us up, concerned at the number of people buying houses and asking for dedications [a church blessing],” says Reverend Anthony Evans, NBCI's president. “They did not recall many of these individuals having steady and consistent employment and that set off a red flag.” Click here to read more ››
Michelle Singletary

Michelle Singletary - The Color of Money

Michelle Singletary is a nationally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post. Her column, "The Color of Money" is an award-winning column, which is now carried in about 120 newspapers across the country including the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Miami Herald, Boston Globe, Tampa Tribune and Philadelphia Inquirer.