Strategies for Financial Inclusion: Findings from Talking Circles With Members of the 1.5 Generation Community

This report summarizes findings from talking circles with 24 members of the 1.5 generation, people who immigrated to the U. S. from another country during their early teens and who may serve as liaisons for family and friends. Talking circle participants were asked about their banking experiences and the kinds of financial products and services they have used.

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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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