“Financial inclusion is a two-way street,” writes Miriam. “A credit union can offer up fair, dignified, affordable and culturally relevant services, but if community members don’t respond, the impact of those products and services is greatly reduced. To inspire action, credit unions have to come from a position of authenticity.”
Miriam outlined such key takeaways as:
Reframing the Word Diversity
Rethinking the Golden Rule
Miriam's white paper uses outside-the-credit-union-industry examples that we can certainly emulate when it comes to mastering this topic. So check it out and let us know your thoughts -- and go download the white paper for more details.
Mike Lawson, Host
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