Building Wealth in Communities of Color - A Critical Conversation with John Hope Byrant

Wednesday, July 28 at 9:30am to 10:30am

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Virtual Event

Rev. Najuma Smith-Pollard has a conversation with the founder of Operation Hope, John Hope Byrant, about the role faith communities play in low- and moderate-income communities of color to lead and support wealth building strategies. The conversation is part of the Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement's Critical Conversation series, bringing expertise through online events. Register to join us on Zoom, or tune in on Facebook Live.

Register here: https://bit.ly/convo-JohnHopeBryant

John Hope Bryant leads the largest non-profit, best-in-class provider of financial literacy and economic empowerment services in the United States for youth and adults. As a son of the Rev. Dr. Cecil L. Chip Murray, John Hope Bryant has a clear vision for how we can build wealth in low- and moderate-income communities. He has authored four bestselling books that we recommend to every attendee: Up From Nothing, The Memo, How the Poor Can Save Capitalism and Love Leadership.

Dial-In Information

Register here: https://bit.ly/convo-JohnHopeBryant 

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Tags

CRCC, LI-Humanities

Cost

FREE

Department
Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CRCC)
Hashtag

#Community Engagement

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