Join us in celebrating Global Dignity Day on October 17th! Here are some highlights from previous Dignity Day sessions from around the world.
Our founder John Hope Bryant speaks to the fundamentally transformative power of financial dignity at the Clinton Global Initiative's America 2012 Conference, held last week in Chicago, IL.
Operation HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant, attended CGI America 2012 in Chicago, IL last week, where he spoke on the evolution from financial literacy to financial dignity, and his future aspiration for a new generation of American youth. Bryant also discussed Operation HOPE's latest initiatives: HOPE 700 Credit Score Communities and HOPE Business In A Box. Read the complete article on Newsmax here.
The Oakland HOPE Center celebrated Financial Literacy Month by conducting 16 workshops and educated 234 clients.
Mohau Saka, a volunteer from Sanlam who is teaching BOOF for the second year taught his first BOOF session in 2012 at Progress High School in Soweto on the 16th of April 2012. He had the following comments regarding his teaching experience.
CBS2 anchor Pat Harvey takes a look back at one of the most destructive urban uprisings in American history in a half hour special “Eye on Our Community: The L.A. Riots — 20 Years Later.”
Alaina Reaves is not a stranger to Operation HOPE serving as a Project Management intern for HOPE’s Atlanta office in past. Now, Alaina joins HOPE as one of our two Legislative Aide fellows in Washington DC.
Operation HOPE this week marked the 20th anniversary of the Rodney King Riots by leading a convoy of investors, community leaders, entrepreneurs and government officials on a bus tour through South Los Angeles.
Operation HOPE this week marked the 20th anniversary of the Rodney King Riots by leading a convoy of investors, community leaders, entrepreneurs and government officials on a tour through South Los Angeles.
Operation HOPE led a convoy of bankers, businesses leaders, politicians and entrepreneurs on a bus tour Tuesday to survey the past and recognize economic progress in south Los Angeles 20 years after the Rodney King Riots.
At the invitation of Operation HOPE, President Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness announced today it will host a listening and action session of the council and its members in South Los Angeles on the occasion of Operation HOPE’s 20th Anniversary Bus Tour.
During my undergraduate college career I have engaged in the discourse surrounding African-American studies and Sociology. I chose this field of study because I deeply value the untold stories of this country’s history. The stories of financial and political disenfranchisement, the stories of political resistance to this injustice, and the history that makes it apparent that real barriers have prevented some...
It all started on Howard University's C.E.O. Day, featuring John Hope Bryant. Jasmine McElroy, a sophomore Marketing major, Honors student, and Management Team Leader, was given the task of reading through Mr. Bryant's large biography packet and finding key information to introduce him with.