Members of the white power movement set fire to a Tennessee social justice center. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
A recent study by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition found DC had the most intense level of gentrification when compared to other cities across the country.
“I thought it was very unusual, the aggressive approach that the OCC took in pushing this bank in the direction that it did,” John Taylor, president of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition and an outside adviser to Wells Fargo, said in an interview. “I don’t know what to make of it.”
Congress members confronted Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over a proposed budget increase for a program funding charter schools that quickly closed, or never opened at all.
Fifth Third’s $32 billion Community Commitment, influenced by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition and other community groups, is now being carried out with an initial $20.3 billion.
Hospital systems, like banks and financial institutions, must invest in communities. With strong motivation from the Affordable Care Act, more hospital systems are collaborating successfully with community-based organizations to make long-lasting progress towards health equity. This session dives into the ways community groups can partner, conduct assessments, build community support and launch task forces to […]
This session will give an overview of how California State Senate Bill 1235 was introduced (including brief Small Business Borrowers’ Bill of Rights (BBoR) history) and detail the process by which its supporters were able to get the bill passed. SB 1235 represents the first-ever Truth In Lending Act (TILA) disclosure for small-business financing in […]
The “whites only” signs were gone, but joblessness, dilapidated housing and intractable poverty remained.
Wells Fargo is in the midst of leadership changes, and though a good step for the company, the decision faces many new challenges.