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Tag Archives: social justice
Please note: This was also posted on Verity Credit Union’s Our Voices blog. The views are my own. Last Saturday, October 15th, protests occurred worldwide. Not all were focused on the subject of Occupying Wall Street (some nations are still … Continue reading →
The first two times I visited the Occupy Seattle protests, I walked through, smiled at people, and read the signs. I listened and absorbed what was happening around me. Both of those times were during daylight hours, and things seemed … Continue reading →
On Saturday, I stopped by the Occupy Seattle protest that’s arisen to support the revolution occurring on Wall St in NYC. I’m energized by the idea, and my heart cries out, “YES! We must do this together!” What is happening here is that people … Continue reading →
Financial literacy is the ability to understand finance. More specifically, it refers to the set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions through their understanding of finances. Wikipedia The PBS production Frontline: College, Inc. (available on … Continue reading →
Over the next few weeks, I’m going to focus on each founding value and explain why it is important, examine the challenges that interfere with delivering on that value, and brainstorm ideas on how we can bring that value to the forefront in our credit unions and our communities. Continue reading →