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On Thursday, the African-American Credit Union Coalition announced that it has established a new branch of the AACUC in Texas.

The Texas Regional Chapter was formerly under the AACUC’s Southern Regional Chapter and, according to a statement, “will further spread the message of diversity, equity and inclusion to the 425 credit unions based in Texas, including 225 low-income designation credit unions and 18 community development financial institution credit unions.”

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