Racial equality and economic opportunity
We’re committed to addressing inequality through a company-wide commitment to advancing economic opportunity across diverse communities. We are doing this by creating more affordable housing and expanding home ownership, increasing lending and support to minority-owned small businesses, championing job training and career readiness, and addressing health disparities like access to care.
We recognize the potential of every employee by actively encouraging a diverse and inclusive workplace — in thought, style, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, culture and experience.
A new program from the Smithsonian Institution seeks to drive discussion and understanding around equality and opportunity in America.
At Bank of America, we’re committed to addressing the root causes of inequality through a company-wide commitment to advancing economic opportunity across diverse communities.
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A 50-year-old Southern California community health center found new ways to deliver care.
At Bank of America, we’re guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better. We drive responsible growth by focusing on our clients, managing risk well, and making sure our growth is sustainable.
See how Bank of America’s partnership with Cuyahoga Community College is helping adults earn a high school diploma and industry credential.
Learn about our newest awardees who’ve made extraordinary contributions to break down racial barriers and create economic opportunities for Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian American and Native American people across the nation.
In this season of our original podcast, host and Bank of America executive Alicia Burke speaks with scholars, artists, and advocates who are advancing equality. Hear about the moments that have defined their journeys.
In southern Arizona, Pima Community College enables Hispanic/Latino and Black students to prepare for promising careers.
This affordable housing nonprofit in Boston's South End offers food, health, out-of-school programming and financial literacy to the city's Hispanic-Latino community.