Jay-Z and Jack Dorsey gifted residents at Brooklyn’s Marcy Houses with $1K in bitcoin.

The mobile payment service has unveiled a project dubbed "That's Money," which features ads—starring Williams, rapper Kendrick Lamar and investor Ray Dalio—that illustrate the many uses of the platform.

Florida Memorial University and the Institute of Black Wealth have teamed up to create an initiative aimed at closing the racial wealth gap.

Lecrae has teamed up with Experian for the creation of a new digital series centered on money management.

Award-winning journalist and television host Elaine Welteroth is teaming up with Public to make investing accessible.

Marsai Martin has launched a digital series centered on the fundamentals of money management.

Social entrepreneur and wealth justice advocate Chloe McKenzie is on a mission to level the playing field for Black women when it comes to wealth creation.

Former NBA player Tracy McGrady is launching a money management program for young athletes.

Two Black entrepreneurs have merged their businesses to create the nation’s largest minority and women-owned financial firm.

The United Negro College Fund has teamed up with Cengage to provide 1,000 HBCU students with free access to textbooks.

NFL player Brandon Copeland is teaching a financial literacy course at the University of Pennsylvania.

A survey by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. shows that African Americans value community involvement more than Whites.