‘Reaching for the Future’ January 27, 2011 SHARE Yvonne Sparks, senior manager of community development for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, delivers the keynote address for the fifth annual “Financial Freedom Seminar: Recovering From the Recession, Reaching for the Future” Jan. 22 in Brown Hall. The Society of Black Student Social Workers at the Brown School hosted the seminar in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Members of the St. Louis community were able to attend workshops on building wealth, repairing and maintaining good credit, purchasing a home or starting and expanding a business.
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