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Generational Wealth: Credit Barriers for People with a Criminal History

Nearly 1 in 3 Americans have a criminal record. Each year over 600,000 Americans are released from state or federal prisons and re-enter society. Re-entry into society poses barriers to everyone but disproportionately affects African Americans and other minorities as African Americans and Hispanics make up 56% of the incarcerated population. This disproportionate representation within …

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Remaking The Economy: Redefining Leadership

Please join NPQ on Thursday, November 10 at 2 pm ET for Remaking the Economy: Redefining Leadership NPQ’s latest webinar in our Remaking the Economy series takes a deep dive into what are the kinds of leadership that the field needs to advance not only economic justice, but liberation.  Increasingly, people of color are becoming leaders of national community development …

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CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium

Wolters Kluwer will host its 26th annual CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium November 13 – 16 at Caesars Las Vegas. This industry-leading conference features top U.S. regulators and other leading regulatory compliance experts focusing on regulatory developments and oversight trends in fair lending, HMDA and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) compliance. NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol …

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Democratizing Wealth Building to Help Close the Racial and Gender Gap

Persistent racial and gender wealth gaps remain a major obstacle to building financial security for low- and moderate-income (LMI) households in the United States. How can we ensure that the financial system, and opportunities to build wealth, are developed to meet the needs of LMI people? Income alone is insufficient: too many people are just getting …

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Advocating for Racial Equity with Personal Finances

Advocating for Racial Equity through Personal Finances will discuss using your individual power to advocate for racial equity through how money is used. Our society was founded on and perpetuates inequities based on countless characteristics, but the areas we will focus on will be race and gender. We will embark on a journey towards advocating …

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Native CDFI 3rd Annual Policy And Capacity Building Summit

Join NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol at the 2022 NCN Policy and Capacity Building Summit. From Dec. 6-8, 2022, Native CDFI practitioners, funders, policymakers, and other industry partners will gather for the summit in Washington, DC, to learn, share, and network. This year’s theme — Sowing the Seeds for Economic Justice Across Indian …

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Nuts & Bolts of One on One Counseling

Hooray, you passed the HUD Housing Counseling Certification exam! Now, you are tasked with providing quality housing counseling to individuals and families in your community. Are there specific topics which must be covered in the session? How do you feel confident about the information you provide in the session? How does a successful one-on-one counseling …

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RECORDED: The Cost of Conflict: The Two Factors That Influence It

Conflict is inevitable in the workplace. Often, miscommunication is the spark that agitates trivial or personal issues carried into the workplace and impacts productivity, relationships, and employee engagement. Uncertainty and stress affect people in different ways. Well-intended comments and opinions can be misinterpreted, turning everyday conversations into unproductive arguments, making misunderstandings even more likely.  However, …

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Remaking the Economy: Black Food Sovereignty, Community Stories

What does the struggle for Black food sovereignty look like at the local level? Join the conversation as Black food justice leaders from four communities—one from Mississippi, two from North Carolina, and one from New Jersey—share their experiences. In this Remaking the Economy webinar, participants will discuss the interconnections between food sovereignty, racial and economic justice, and …

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Housing Counseling Basics

Housing counselors are considered to be the first responders and essential workers of the housing community, but for many, including those newly introduced to the housing counseling profession, there continues to be some mystery around exactly what housing counseling is. This Housing Counseling Basics course is designed to provide a broad overview of the housing …

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The Number One Reason We Fall For Scams – And Ways To Avoid Them 

Our emotions lead to every decision we make in life. Scammers have become sophisticated in how they obtain our information. Fraud has existed in various shapes and sizes for years. None of us is immune to schemes that have proven their staying power. A common tactic is to seek to exploit basic human emotions such …

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