Today, and every day, we honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s courage and vision by standing unafraid and fully committed to a more racially and economically just America.
The study shows how policies and practices that influence access to capital and credit can have a lasting impact on housing patterns, the economic health of neighborhoods and who accumulates wealth.
In its classically quiet fashion, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released a significant study, asking the Treasury Department to improve data on CRA exams.
Congress should be asking how to expand reporting requirements for all lenders, not end them. We need bipartisan support to end discrimination in lending, not to hide the data that exposes it.
HMDA is the key to preventing predatory behavior, not the cause of it, so how can an economics professor from George Washington University claim that HMDA can facilitate large-scale identity theft?
The president’s 2019 budget proposal presents a profoundly troubling vision for our nation’s working class.
This year we celebrate half a century of progress toward Dr. King’s work for racial and economic justice. But we do so in a country that remains divided, the nation of Charlottesville and #MeToo.
We must stand boldly against hate, and we must speak truth to power.