Civil rights activist Janet Murguía joins the 'That Made All the Difference' podcast to discuss her upbringing as the daughter of immigrant parents and how that experience informs her life's work advocating for Hispanic-Latino civil rights and battling systemic inequality.

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Making a difference in local communities is part of who we are at Bank of America. This week, we directed $300 million of our $1 Billion, 4-year commitment toward creating more pathways to employment in communities of color and providing greater support for minority entrepreneurs. See the 4 key areas announced this week.

Bank of America announced a $1 billion, four-year commitment to accelerate work underway to address economic and racial inequalities in our local communities that have been intensified by a global pandemic.

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Across the country, Bank of America is working with local organizations to provide critical resources to vulnerable and underserved populations hardest hit by the coronavirus — right now, that means distributing protective masks to those who need it most. Together, we can work to support the safety and health of our neighbors.

Bank of America announced a $1 billion, four-year commitment to accelerate work underway to address economic and racial inequalities in our local communities that have been intensified by a global pandemic.

Learn more.

Civil rights activist Janet Murguía joins the 'That Made All the Difference' podcast to discuss her upbringing as the daughter of immigrant parents and how that experience informs her life's work advocating for Hispanic-Latino civil rights and battling systemic inequality.

Listen now.

On the latest episode of Bank of America's That Made All the Difference podcast, Ken Burns explores the opportunity to come out of this moment as better versions of ourselves — and reveals whether a film about this year is in the cards.

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Bank of America announced a $1 billion, four-year commitment of additional support to address economic and racial inequalities in our local communities that have been intensified by a global pandemic.

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