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small change: Money Stories from the Neighborhood


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small change: Money Stories from the Neighborhood

A society & culture podcast from Minnesota Public Radio

small change: Money Stories from the Neighborhood is a podcast and learning platform highlighting smart, practical and collaborative money skills developed by people living with lower and unstable incomes. Hosts Chris Farrell and Twila Dang talk to community members who are redefining wealth and poverty, the value of community and the purpose of money. Money wisdom taught by the true experts –people who have learned from experience. From MPR News.

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