For the first time in nearly two decades, only half of U.S. households donated to a charity, according to a study released Tuesday. The findings confirm a trend worrying experts: Donations to charitable causes are reaching record highs, but the giving is done by a smaller and smaller slice of the population.
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Darren Walker has seen two sides of life. One of poverty, and one of wealth. He grew up Black, poor and gay in rural Texas. Today, he's one of…
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"It is no coincidence that Greenwood was destroyed and the Osage Reign of Terror began. The motives of greed, envy and bigotry fueled both. They continue today," says Joe Connor, publisher of the Fairfax Chief.
Economic Empowerment Day addressed disparities for Black business owners, investors and customers.
Recent studies indicate that median white household wealth — as distinguished from income — is nine to 10 times greater than for Black households and appears to be growing.
Morgan Stanley has announced that Jeff Galvin, Senior Vice President, Family Wealth Director, Financial Advisor in the Firm’s Tulsa Wealth Management office, has been named to Barron’s list of “America’s Top 1,200 Advisors: 2021 State-by-State.”
"Capitalism gives us jobs and purpose," said Bartlesville resident Michael L. Smith.
Civilization has taught us to eat with a fork, but even now if nobody is around we use our fingers." - Jan. 20, 1935
Despite some improvement, low rates of homeownership among minority households is both a result of and a cause of continued wealth inequality, which has only grown worse over the past several decades.
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The great Warren Buffett is a skilled investor who is studied, analyzed, and imitated by many. But according to Business Insider, most people …
You see what put this country on the bum was dumb people thinking for themselves." – April 10, 1933
Electing the same brand of white conservative men is keeping us in poverty. I look forward to voting for Kojo on Election Day, the letter says.
"I don’t suppose there is the most unemployed or the hungriest man in America has contributed in some way to the wealth of every millionaire i…