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Understanding the importance of continuing education, professional development, and accessibility to resources, Dr. Duncan designed graduate level education as a disruptor to traditional education by providing content to suit the student’s needs. From providing critical financial literacy content to being a diversity supplier for continuing education and professional development, Dr. Duncan launched Mahogany Thoughts from the Mahogany Legacy Collection brand to meet these needs. Below are coursers available through the Mahogany Thoughts platform.

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Welcome to Money Management Basics! This course is designed to assist minorities in addressing racial-wealth disparity gaps by detailing the basics of financial literacy, education, and critical-thinking skills. Research shows that improving critical-thinking analysis through financial literacy improves overall household incomes, emergency savings, and understanding of fundamental investment decisions.

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Welcome to the Black Entrepreneurial Toolkit, also known as the B.E.T. The course is for African American individuals who are either interested in starting a business or currently have an existing business. The overall scope of the course is to provide the foundation for business sustainability, which involves the long-term viability of the business.

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Welcome to the Mahogany Legacy Project! The course is designed to discuss and explore some of the current and historical systemic and institutional barriers associated with racism and how it influences many of the negative socioeconomic challenges for African Americans today. The course content is beneficial for organizations seeking to improve DEI programming, small businesses and government agencies interested in enacting the numerous recommendations, and individuals seeking to learn more about these factors.  The content for this course addresses areas such as educational attainment gaps, healthcare quality outcomes, healthcare disparities, mental health, HBCUs, homeownership, economic mobility, macro and microeconomics, social justice, employment, and entrepreneurship.

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