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Watch: ‘The Path Forward' – Fearless Conversations About Race and Financial Inequities

Hear about the historical significance of how slavery and forced labor negatively impacted Black people's ability to acquire generational wealth.

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In this episode of "The Path Forward," NBC 5's LeeAnn Trotter talks with Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, also known as The Money Coach, about the historical roots of economic violence and what needs to be done to reduce financial inequities among Black and brown people.

Khalfani-Cox is a personal financial expert who has written 15 books, including the New York Times bestseller "Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom."

In the video above, hear about the historical significance of how slavery and forced labor negatively impacted Black people’s ability to acquire generational wealth.

See past editions of "The Path Forward: Personal Stories About Race and How We Can Make A Difference" here and below!

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