The Weekend Agenda - 011


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!
- 5/29/20 -


PLAY THIS: 011 - For The Culture


Frustration, sadness, rage, perseverance, and strength are all parts of the emotional cocktail swimming in our hearts and minds this week as we try to cope with the senselessness deaths of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Gregory Floyd. Here's our soundtrack for the weekend as we strive for answers and action toward a culture of justice and equality for all.

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READ THIS: COVID-19’s effect on minority-owned small businesses in the US


Whether by necessity or ingenuity, minority-owned small businesses may be giving us an early sign of how US businesses will adapt in the wake of COVID-19. These businesses are experimenting with new ways of working to ensure their employees’ safety, offering monetary relief to employees and community members, and introducing new services such as free delivery to those who need it.

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WATCH THIS: Saving Capitalism


Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich meets with Americans from all walks of life as he chronicles a seismic shift in the nation's economy.

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DO THIS: Register To Vote


Rock the Vote is a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to building the political power of young people.
For 30 years, Rock the Vote has revolutionized the way we use pop culture, music, art, and technology to engage young people in politics and build our collective power.

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READ THIS: George Floyd, Central Park and the familiar terror they inspire.


I didn’t feel well Tuesday. My body was tense, my stomach unsettled, the headache I was trying to push past kept pushing back. On most days I choose to be numb. Tuesday, I decided to feel. I recognize for some the video of George Floyd’s fatal encounter with four Minneapolis police officers is shocking. For me, it was not. I may not always choose to feel, but I am always aware. I learned early on that I didn’t have the luxury of not being aware.

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