A photo of Lowes Grove Credit Union in North Carolina credit union – one of the first in the United States. This from 1916, before Roy Bergengren got involved. It focused on financial education for rural residents, and especially, African Americans. In fact, credit unions were one of the only ways Black people could receive banking services in many areas of the country.
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