Black Generational Wealth Series, Feb 4,11,18,25

Posted by Mayor's Office of Black Male Engagement on January 21, 2020

In honor of Black History Month, The Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement (OBME) is hosting their The Black Generational Wealth series for its bi-monthly My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Action Academy.  This series is structured as weekly economic empowerment events being held throughout February 2020 to support Black men with the tools and resources necessary to obtain and maintain generational wealth.

This series will feature 4 different events covering topics like financial literacy, engaging City resources and initiatives, entrepreneurship, and transferring wealth.  These seminars will feature professional panelists and speakers with a wealth of experience and insight including successful Black business owners and financial experts in Philadelphia.

The Black Generational Wealth Series will be hosted in partnership with the Philadelphia Department of Commerce and the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO).

Register here for the workshops:

Money Moves: A workshop on personal financial literacy – Feb 4:

Building Blocks: Opportunities to Rebuild with the City of Philadelphia – Feb 11:

Grand Opening, Grand Closing: Building a business that lasts – Feb 18:

Planting the Seeds of Wealth – Feb  25:

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