Canada can take a lesson on financial inclusion from Black banker ladies
Canada has a renowned reputation in development for gender equality and co-operatives. Yet we ignore co-ops by racialized women in this country.
Rotating savings and credit associations, or ROSCAs for short, run by Black women—like Ginelle Skerritt, who appears in The Banker Ladies documentary—exemplify everything we need to know about the engagement, democracy, and inclusive economics, writes Caroline Shenaz Hossein. Screenshot courtesy of YouTube/Caroline Hossein