Welcome to the conclusion of the Black History Month celebration but that doesn’t mean you should stop studying or celebrating this important part of American history that is often forgotten. 

With all that being said, I wanted to talk a little bit more about Black History, but have also decided to invite a very special guest, my wife, Maricela Miles-Mattingly. As a non-black person, I believe it is also of utmost importance to get her view on what Black History means for her and how this month changed her perspective. 

She will also be talking about the upcoming Women’s Month, so for any of the ladies following this podcast, this is something to stay excited for too.    

Highlights

>> Mari’s thoughts on black history month 

>> Mari’s experience when she visited Nearest Green

>> How important it is for Mari to have her kids appreciate both their black and mexican culture

>> What women’s history means to Mari

>> What Mari is looking towards for Women’s History Month. 

>> Mari’s final words for you  

Connect with Mari 

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If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well: 

>> Ryan Harris: An NFL Champion’s guide to Financial Literacy, Money Management, and Wealth Building

>> How to Be a Champion in Finance with Lauryn Williams [Black History Month Special]

 >> Financial Planning is Personal and You should Start Now!

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