The Economic Justice Partnership

Improving financial equality for minority communities

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A new initiative launched at the University of Pennsylvania, The Economic Justice Partnership is a program born out of the idea to deliver financial literacy to first generation and low-income college students from minority communities. The team came to us looking for help in developing a bold identity which embodied the empowering purpose of the program and conveyed their call out for change.

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Hear from the team

  • NatashaHead of Client Partnerships

    “Economic inequality is a reality and major issue in the United States that prevents minority communities from getting exposed to the right information, education, and reaching their full potential. All of the Elmwood team members on this project, including myself, come from a minority background, so this was an issue that was very close to our hearts. We’re so proud of the visual identity that we’ve created with The Economic Justice Partnership, creating a brand that will help the organization to fully deliver on its empowering purpose and promote a more economically equal United States.”