From Tulsa to Now: Dismantling Systemic Racism in Our Financial Systems

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This is the inaugural episode of Fintech Partner Antonio Reynolds’ podcast series “Fintech Noir.” In this episode, Wiley Chief Diversity Officer Rashida MacMurray-Abdullah sits down with Antonio Reynolds to discuss the intersection between financial services and technology and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Their discussion topics include:

• The 1921 Tulsa Massacre and what it symbolizes for Black economic See more +

This is the inaugural episode of Fintech Partner Antonio Reynolds’ podcast series “Fintech Noir.” In this episode, Wiley Chief Diversity Officer Rashida MacMurray-Abdullah sits down with Antonio Reynolds to discuss the intersection between financial services and technology and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Their discussion topics include:

• The 1921 Tulsa Massacre and what it symbolizes for Black economic development

• How financial technologies can be leveraged to improve economic outcomes, particularly for communities of color

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