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African-Americans discriminated against when filing for bankruptcy, according to new study

African-Americans discriminated against when filing for bankruptcy, according to new study

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FDIC survey: 21% of Blacks, 41% of low income Blacks are not banking

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Fight for fair wage, minimum wage continues

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African-Americans discriminated against when filing for bankruptcy, according to new study

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Apply now for $1 million in UFT scholarship funds

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