ECHO Minnesota

ECHO Minnesota partners with health, safety, and media organizations to help diverse communities access the resources they need regarding health, safety, civic engagement, and emergency readiness. They worked with Wilder Research to gather information about increasing mainstream financial service usage among four cultural communities. For more information and resources produced through the Make Money Work project, go to: http://www.echominnesota.org/make_money_work


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Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Findings from Talking Circles with Members of the 1.5 Generation CommunityOtherMay 2015Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Findings from Talking Circles with Members of the African American CommunityOtherMay 2015Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Reaching out to African American, Hmong, Latino, Somali, and 1.5 Generation CustomersOtherMay 2015Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Findings from Talking Circles with Members of the Hmong CommunityOtherMay 2015Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Findings from Talking Circles with Members of the Latino CommunityOtherMay 2015Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Findings from Talking Circles with Members of the Somali CommunityOtherMay 2015Ryan Evans, Thalia Hall, Ellen Shelton
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Reaching Out to Immigrant and Ethnic Minority GroupsLiterature ReviewMay 2014Ryan Evans
Strategies for Financial Inclusion - Islamic Banking and Reaching Out to MuslimsLiterature ReviewMay 2014Ryan Evans

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