Closing theGender Wealth Gap Virtual Series: Why the Student Loan Crisis is a Gender Justice Issue – Nov 16
Posted by Women's Way on October 25, 2022
The student loan debt crisis has made it nearly impossible for many women to afford the cost of living after college, let alone build wealth. Black women in particular have been burdened by college debt more profoundly than any other group due to the intersecting factors of gender and race.
In the midst of the White House’s rollout of the new, one-time Federal Student Loan Debt Relief program, join WOMEN’S WAY on November 16, 2022, from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM for a timely, virtual discussion that will dig deeper into the student loan crisis and its impact on the gender wealth gap.
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