Howard University President Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick joins That Made All the Difference podcast to discuss how his career as a surgeon influenced his work as an educator, administrator and champion of underserved communities, and why he believes we may be on the cusp of the next "golden generation."
Virtual graduation ceremonies have taken place across the country and it seems like all of us are reflecting on what could be next.
Confidence may be shaken. Our hearts may be cracked. But we're still here.
To build on its $1 billion commitment to advance racial equality, Bank of America is providing $25 million as the founding partner of the Smithsonian's new "Race, Community and our Shared Future" initiative which will explore how Americans currently understand, experience and confront race, its impact on communities and how that impact is shaping the nation's future.
Convening conversations around the country to seek solutions will help us build a more inclusive, sustainable future.
Bank of America is working to ensure small businesses are receiving much-needed relief through the Payment Protection Program (PPP). For instance, more than 98% of processed loan applications are for companies with fewer than 100 employees.
As virtual graduation ceremonies take place across the country, it seems like all of us are reflecting on what could be next.
Our confidence may be shaken. Our hearts may be cracked. But we're still here.
With grants from Bank of America, Feeding America expanded its support to local food banks, increased production of additional emergency food boxes and provided cash to local food banks to cover increased costs due to coronavirus response efforts.
Under the Payment Protection Program (PPP), more than 250,000 of Bank of America's small business clients have been approved by the SBA representing $24.9B in needed relief.