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THE PROSP(A)RITY PROJECT

Pursuing prosp(a)rity by defeating disparity.

Under the weight of an estimated $35B in student loan debt, Black women face the greatest threat to building generational wealth. The solution starts with us.

Live! 35*2 Free Application (DMV Chapter)

Application closes February 14, 2023

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Did You Know That Black Women...

Have a lifetime net worth of only $0-$11,000?

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Our Mission

The Prosp(a)rity Project™ is resolving the $2T student debt crisis by leveling the socioeconomic playing field for its most impacted population: Black women. Our innovative Three "I"s framework addresses both issues at their core as outlined below:

#1: Interception

The H.I.R.E. vs. Higher Initiative

  • educating high-school-age youth on post-secondary options for reducing debt and increasing income

#2: Intervention

The 35*2 Free Initiative

  • awarding retroactive scholarships, financial coaching, and career development to indebted Black women

#3: Interference

The Prosp(a)rity through Clarity Initiative

  • educating corporate teams on both issues and garnering their support toward achieving resolution

Learn how we interfere >

Our Vision

The Prosp(a)rity Project envisions a world in which prosp(a)rity (prosperity + parity) is no longer an aspiration, but the standard for Black women. In this world, Black women are thriving financially—no longer at the mercy of the crippling albatross of an estimated $35B in student debt, or lack of access to financial education resources—which allows them to enjoy levels of socioeconomic independence, access, and success like never before. This future is rich with more Black women stakeholders, leaders, and changemakers making indelible marks on their communities through service and abundant generosity. Every day, The Prosp(a)rity Project is taking action with this future in mind, working diligently to bring it to fruition one Prosparette at a time.

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Challenges Black Women Face

Most Economically Disenfranchised

Suppressed/Underrepresented in Business & Entrepreneurship

At Greatest Risk of Compromised Health/Wellness

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