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How to stop great wealth robbery | #DryerBuzz

Where am I going with this … had to get quiet for minute to wait for answers on my next steps. After a year of trauma, a friend suggested I find my sanity doing something that’s not so much of a brain drain … but could give me time to think as well as stay afloat instead of drowning. So like most, I jumped on the #rideshare (#teamLyft) bandwagon for past few months. And like most, love it … meeting new people everyday, making new friends with regulars, and enjoying…

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Buzz it or Bash it? Will changing image change perception of #dearblackpeople? | Listen to Soapbox Buzz

Buzz it or Bash it? — we added a new segment to #DryerBuzzonWAOK called the SoapBox Segment.  We allow a caller two minutes to start a great debate.  Flava King took the challenge and started a buzz with his soapbox calling out the everything from where churches bank to changing our image?  Do you agree? Listen then buzz it or bash it. See how callers responded – Listen to DryerBuzzonWAOK Don’t miss #DryerBuzzonWAOK. Call in 404-892-2703 and tweet before, during, and after the show with #DryerBuzzonWAOK @DryerBuzz  and lock it in WAOK: http://cbsloc.al/ListenWAOK Buzz it…

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BuzzLinks: Tarra Jackson Madam Money and author of Financial Fornication

Looking for Tarra Jackson Madam Money Tarra Jackson, known as Madam Money and author of Financial Fornication, is an energetic & charismatic speaker that shares real life experiences to help educate her audience about money and credit. Tarra’s passion is to help people through information and education. Tarra is also a Financial Life Coach to small business owners to ensure a strong personal financial foundation. Follow the Buzz via www.tarrajackson.com | Tarra Jackson Madam Money | facebook.com Buzz Links — You just got the buzz from www.DryerBuzz.com — Transforming the…

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The Clippings: Borrowing While Black: Critiques on the Origins of the Subprime Crisis | BorrowingWhileBlack.com

Borrowing While Black is a multi-disciplinary web-based learning environment established in response to the financial crisis and Great Recession of 2008. Despite the fact that the repercussions are global, there is a prevailing sense that the this crisis is fundamentally a housing and finance services affair; that it originated in the U.S subprime mortgage sector; and that subprime mortgages were systematically disproportionately concentrated in African American neighborhoods. Borrowing While Black begins with a comprehensive understanding of events leading-up to the financial mortgage crisis. If we can comprehend what brought about the…

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