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- by Tony Moore, AACUC

Rediscovering True North

Long before there was an Alexa, Siri, or modern GPS, sailors navigated the high seas using the North Star as their guide. The sight of this brilliant, solitary star identified their location and, equally as [...]

- by Dohnia Dorman, AACUC

Don’t hurry up to hurry back

“Hurry up and wait” is a phrase many U.S. military members are familiar with. It is the notion to expeditiously complete a specific task or be at a specific location only to stop and [...]

- by Staci Hering, AACUC

Putting on your “red cape”

By now you have read the title of this article and may be wondering – what does she mean by “red cape?” Red represents love, passion, and intensity. Red calls us to action, motivates us, and [...]

- by Renée Sattiewhite, AACUC

2022 – We are still standing

History teaches us something about ourselves. We are reminded that we have endured challenges in the past. History gives us examples of successes and failures. We see heroism from unlikely characters and missed opportunities from [...]

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NASCUS and AACUC announce mutual membership alliance

The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) and the African-American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC) proudly announce a mutual membership alliance designed to strengthen the state credit union system and enhance diversity, equity, and [...]