Announcing Our New Video Series in Partnership With AAFCA and BMe Community

2017 is off to an amazing start and we couldn’t be more proud to kick it off by partnering with the African American Film Critics Association and BMe Community.

Together we are bringing you a fun and powerful Smart Money financial literacy video series that cover topics from saving money to building credit to how the #BankBlack and #BuyBlack Movement helps to create jobs & support community development.

In the first video, we asked Millennials three questions:

  1. What do you most frequently spend your paycheck on?
  2. How do you save money?
  3. Do you Bank Black and what do you know about the #BankBlack Movement?

Check out their answers and then head over to our Facebook page to let us know your money habits.

Together, we can educate our community about money and the importance of the #BankBlack and #BuyBlack Movement.

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