OneUnited, the largest Black-owned bank in the country, revealed it has reached a customer milestone of 100,000 clients.
As the country’s largest Black-owned bank, OneUnited announced it has reached 100,000 customers across America.
A press release cited recent efforts towards social justice activism supported by the bank as a reason for the swift growth in clientele. The company first saw a surge in 2016 when rapper Killer Mike empowered a national call to bank Black in response to police brutality and racism. Now in 2020, the death of George Floyd sparked another movement where Black Americans rushed to change their financial provider to a Black-owned institution.
Thank you to our community for supporting the #BankBlack movement and continually inspiring us with your passions, entrepreneurship, and activism. We have reached these milestones together as a family! #BlackMoneyMatters #BuildBlack – (Link in bio)
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