Diverse Viewpoints: Spreading the Wealth

My good friend and financial advisor is working with Merrill to research and spread knowledge about the nature of wealth in “communities with people of color.”

By the way, I do not work for Merrill or have any affiliation with Bank of America. I am doing my part to spread the wealth (pun intended) and change the narrative. This is important work for both the marginalized communities who benefit directly and those who support, understand and believe in the vision of a more equitable future for all.

You can either view or download the report here:

I am also considering whether to invite a few of the contributors to an information-sharing forum but will let my followers know if Merrill schedules one themselves. Please feel free to reach out to me for more information or add to the discussion below:

Published by Dee Dial

I blogged anonymously for many years, mostly about things others didn’t feel comfortable saying out loud. People would respond through comments using usernames, as usual. It seems that everyone does that these days but my topics have always been heart-centered but authentic, provocative yet thoughtful. Even before “safe spaces” were being discussed, I sense the need and always tried to project that in my writing. There is enough negativity in the world; we don’t endorse that behavior here. But there is definitely a need for facilitated spaces where we can have civil conversations about really tough subjects, Dee Dial Style. Disclaimer: I am also a Staff Director with over 30 years of consulting, business management, finance, accounting, auditing and systems experience. The views of any material written by me are mine. They are not reflective of the views of any of my employers.

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