There’s a difference between being broke and being and being poor.  Being broke is economic.  But being poor is a disabling frame of mind, a depressed condition of your spirit, and you must vow never to be poor again.”  John Hope Bryant

Coca Cola and CBS Radio-Atlanta proudly present the Financial Empowerment Tour with Operation HOPE.  Be inspired by Operation HOPE CEO John Hope Bryant and his Memo on the ‘language of money’ and how to strengthen families and communities through financial dignity.

  • “It is a radical movement of common sense that says, ‘you’ve got to give people the memo on the language of money,some people got the memo.  And there are probably 5 billion people, plus, on this planet who never got the memo, don’t even know it exists.” “Everything – from the time you get up to the time you go to bed – involves commerce and finance.  But we don’t understand either – most of us, which means that we are basically economic slaves.”

#TheMemo, read more here.

Listen Here to Lisa Borders, Chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation and Vice President of Global Community Connections at The Coca-ColaCompany discuss the partnership. 



Watch the 4-minute movie on How The Poor Can Save Capitalism here.

Listen to the first national interview for How The Poor Can Save Capitalism, on the Steve Harvey Morning Show here.

Join the national HOPE 100-City Book Tour here




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