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In this timely sequel to "Girl, Get Your Money Straight!," the experts on financial advice for African-American women offer their signature "holistic ...Show synopsisIn this timely sequel to "Girl, Get Your Money Straight!," the experts on financial advice for African-American women offer their signature "holistic" approach to financial well being.Hide synopsis
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