The Changing Face Of Members

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The first credit union in the United States served French-speaking mill workers, many of whom were immigrants from Canada. Now, nearly 100 years after that first credit union was chartered in New Hampshire, credit unions across the United States are finding a new wave of immigrants seeking credit union services. In this issue, The Credit Union Journal launches a series examining this new face of membership and what it means to CUs. See pages 6-18

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