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When People Make Their Own Banks by Marianne McCune June 14, 2013 2:51 PM Listen to the Story All Things Considered 4 min 36 sec Playlist Download Transcript   Enlarge image i Harlem funeral directors Tamara Bullock and Patricia Hamilton are going to spend their next savings-club payout on a sky-diving trip (unless Bullock can get out of it... Source: npr.org

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