OneUnited Bank Launches Podcast to Close the Racial Wealth Gap

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OneUnited Bank, the largest Black-owned bank and first digital bank in the country, announced the launch of its “OneTransaction Podcast,” developed to close the racial wealth gap.

Released during Black History Month, the free OneTransaction Podcast, h hosted by Kevin Cohee, Chairman and CEO, will show increase your net worth and is available to stream on Apple, Google, Audible and Spotify.

Black financial experts will advise listeners how to make smart investments, give tips on homeownership, building a profitable business and having a will, life insurance and an improved credit score.

According to the press release, the OneTransaction Podcast kicks off with gems from the OneTransaction Conference held on Juneteenth 2021.

The expert presenters in business and personal finance includes Tiffany Aliche, The Budgetnista and award-winning financial education teacher, Professor Mehrsa Baradaran, author of “The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap,” Chris Browning, podcast host and producer of the award-winning “Popcorn Finance,” Sharon Epperson, Senior Personal Finance Correspondent for CNBC, Karen Hunter, host of the “Karen Hunter Show” on Sirius Urban View, Kemberley Washington, podcast host for “Clever Girl Finance “and a CPA and Tax Analyst with Forbes Advisor, among others.

“We’re using technology to share critical financial information to build wealth in Black America in our community’s long tradition of each one, teach one,” says Kevin Cohee. “We’re bringing experts, authors, and award-winning journalists to help the Black community accomplish one strategic transaction on their wealth-building journey.”

For more information visit www.oneunited.com/podcast.

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