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Madam C.J. Walker became one of the first female & African American millionaires in 1910 http://bit.ly/1LHUF5k #AfricanAmericanHistoryMonth
Madam C.J. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove, created specialized hair products for African-American hair and was one of the first American women to become a self-made millionaire.
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Take the America Saves pledge to reduce debt and build wealth over time http://bit.ly/1DW4wUv #ASW2015 #econed #finlit
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Want to be in charge of monetary policy? Steer a simulated US economy and see how well you do http://bit.ly/17nmgFJ #econed
The Fed Chairman Game brought to you by Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. So you want to be in charge of monetary policy? Think you have what is takes to steer our country's central bank? See how it works by taking charge of a simulated economy.
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You're probably not saving enough. Here's how to change that http://bit.ly/1LkigJb #finlit
You're not rich, but you should be saving more anyway.
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$1 coins: Unwanted, unloved and out of currency?http://bit.ly/1LtZAHa #econed
Why is the lowly, tarnished penny so revered, and the shiny $1 coin so reviled?
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#Yellen Lays Groundwork For Interest Rate Hike In 2015 http://buff.ly/1D9uFLQ #econed
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The evolution of top incomes in the U.S. http://bit.ly/1DW4Jai #econed
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Could our quest for the lowest price be hurting us? http://bit.ly/1BYo6QT #econed
We always want to find a lower price. We sometimes make it our mission, but are we really do ourselves a favor when always trying to find a bargain?
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What does it mean that the Federal Reserve is "independent within the government"? http://1.usa.gov/1AmsA1u
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Diversity of Income, Diversity of Happiness http://bit.ly/1AmrjHK #finlit
Diversity of income can allow for diversity of happiness. Back up plans are not solely contingencies nor are they failures. Pursue passion as it evolves.
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The fall & rise of U.S. inequality, in 2 (interactive) graphs http://n.pr/1IUqETR #econed #teachecon
Since World War II, inequality in the U.S. has gone through two, dramatically different phases.
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Economic education resources for students, teachers, and the public.
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The mission of the SF Fed Economic Education group is to provide meaningful learning experiences about economics, the U.S. economy, and the Federal Reserve to students, educators, and the broader public. We strive to promote teacher professional development, supply relevant classroom materials and application, foster direct student engagement opportunities, support actionable outreach, and engage in evidence-based research. Posts/reposts ≠ endorsements.