The Weekend Agenda - 010

So you want to Spend Smart, Build Credit, and Do You? We’ve got you covered. You follow us on social and everyday you digest spending tips, financial insight, and credit advice. Over the weekend, take a little time and get into what we’ve lined up for you. From the screens of the MoCaFi team, we’ll be sharing content from across the web that matters. Because to start a business, level up, build generational wealth, or to just be ten toes down,
you’ll need to know what’s happening around you.
Enjoy and stay up!
- 5/22/20 -

PLAY THIS: 010 - Soldier's Story Memorial Day Tribute

This Memorial Day won't be quite the same without the large family cookouts, mask-less beach outings, and memorial park visits. But social distancing shouldn't divert our attention from honoring the military men & women who've lost their lives. We salute the "souljas" who sang and served.

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DO THIS: Virtual First Saturdays: Pride!

For over twenty-one years, we've hosted First Saturdays—monthly evenings of free programming welcoming visitors from central Brooklyn and beyond—at the Museum. We're continuing our commitment to bring art and culture to you.


LISTEN TO THIS: Ep. 3: Coronavirus — Answering Public Health Concern with Dr. Cedric Dark

Black Lives Matter Managing Director, Kailee Scales is joined by Dr. Cedric Dark, Professor at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas to answer public health questions and concerns about the novel virus, COVID-19, and its disproportionate effects on Black communities. Dr. Dark and Scales explore racial health disparities across our nation, with Black people having less access to healthcare and statistically higher rates of diabetes and heart disease.


READ THIS: Magic Johnson Secures $100M For Minority-Owned Companies

As Government Fails Black And Latino Small Business Owners. A new survey found that nearly half of minority-owned businesses will fold without this emergency funding.


READ THIS: Investigate Not Just Ahmad's Death

But the System That Let His Killers Escape... An unarmed person of color is killed by police or by self-appointed vigilantes. Authorities accept, without question, an explanation of self-defense.


READ THIS: The future of work in black America

Research shows that automation trends may be widening the racial wealth gap. This article reveals possible interventions that may help African American workers prepare for the future.