Solange Knowles Reveals ‘Very Personal Decision’ to Open Account with Black-Owned Bank, Encourages Fans to Follow

Solange Knowles Reveals ‘Very Personal Decision’ to Open Account with Black-Owned Bank, Encourages Fans to Follow After the brutal deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Falcon Heights, Minnesota – both of which occurred within 24 hours of each another – Solange Knowles announced she […]

Solange Knowles Reveals ‘Very Personal Decision’ to Open Account with Black-Owned Bank, Encourages Fans to Follow

After the brutal deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Falcon Heights, Minnesota – both of which occurred within 24 hours of each another – Solange Knowles announced she has signed up with a Black-owned bank.Solange Knowles Reveals ‘Very Personal Decision’ to Open Account with Black-Owned Bank, Encourages Fans to Follow

The singer revealed the switch on Instagram Sunday. She did not mention the name of her former banker nor did she state her new bank.

Also…. While I realize this is a very personal decision and thing to share, I’m proud to say I made that step today. Time to literally put my money where my mouth is. I can not vouch for any of these institutions, but if you are interested in the information, @saintheron has posted the list (via hbcu money)…www.saintheron.com

“While I realize this is a very personal decision and thing to share, I’m proud to say I made that step today, she wrote July 9. “Time to literally put my money where my mouth is.”

“While I realize this is a very personal decision and thing to share, I’m proud to say I made that step today, she wrote July 9. “Time to literally put my money where my mouth is.”

Knowles linked to her Saint Heron album website, which lists 20 Black-owned institutions around the country.

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