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21 Savage launched a bank account campaign to help educate teens on financial literacy; OU will hold another meal swipe donation initiative this week

Today is Monday, March 4, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

21 Savage wants to make sure you understand your finances, so you’ll know how to handle the many Ms you may have in your bank account like him someday.

The rapper launched the Bank Account Campaign on Feb. 27, which will make efforts to educate teenagers on financial literacy across the U.S. He said despite his hit song “Bank Account,” he knew next to nothing about bank accounts growing up and wants to help those who come from similar backgrounds. 

The rapper is working with nonprofits Juma and Get Schooled to make the campaign a reality. There is also a video made for the campaign.

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