On the Minority Money Podcast, we talk a lot about equality and representation and why they’re such an important factor in human empowerment. This week, we’re taking a step back from our regularly scheduled program for a special episode dedicated to celebrating Juneteenth and Father’s Day. 

With this being the first federal holiday of Juneteenth, I want to shed more light on the historical context of the day and what it means to many Americans, especially African-Americans such as myself. In addition, I’ll talk about the country’s rising state of interest rates and what those changes mean for you and your finances.

Highlights:

>> The historical significance of Juneteenth

>> What the rising interest and savings rates mean for us

>> Quick tips to help save money

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

>> Episode 152: Real Estate with Intention and Community with Alex Salazar

>> Episode 101: Father’s Day Special!

>> Episode 66: How to Start Feeling Good about Your Money with Pamela Capalad

 

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