“I think their agreement is no better or no worse than many of our agreements,” said Van Tol, chief executive of the Washington-based National Community Reinvestment Coalition. This was the seventh agreement with banks he has negotiated in two years.
Major banks have taken a series of steps this year to prevent guns from falling into the wrong hands.
Some Millennials may never get over the Great Recession.
The diverging fates of local economies goes beyond income inequality. Prolonged economic distress hurts people’s health, their financial stability and their families.
A new mapping project shows how segregation is a matter of whether you have close access to a grocery store, hospital, bank, or park—amenities that influence your quality of life.
The senators cite the decline in minority homeownership rates, challenges minority-owned business face in getting approved for credit and changes in technology.
The influence of these real estate and lending patterns is still felt in cities today, even 50 years after the Fair Housing Act of 1968 made discrimination in the housing market illegal.
The bill rolls back parts of the Dodd-Frank banking rules and valuable fair lending protections enacted after the 2008 financial crisis