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To Preserve Pre-COVID Economic Growth For Latino Americans, Eliminating Racial Economic Inequality Must Be A Priority Of Post-COVID Recovery

In honor of Latino Heritage Month, this is one in a series of NCRC snapshots and infographics exploring racial economic and wealth disparities and the economic conditions of various Latino nationalities. The Latino population has experienced record population growth, accounting for about half of total population growth from 2010 to 2019. This growth corresponds with …

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NCRC applauds confirmation of Rohit Chopra to lead CFPB

Rohit Chopra’s prior experience as an Associate Director and Student Loan Ombudsman at the CFPB and most recently as a Federal Trade Commissioner demonstrates his strong commitment to the CFPB’s core mission to protect American consumers from unfair, abusive or deceptive financial practices and products.

Closing the Racial Wealth Divide: A Plan to Boost Black Homeownership

This article was co-produced and co-published with the Nonprofit Quarterly. The United States is a country built on the genocide and taking of land of Indigenous peoples, as well as turning enslaved Africans into the private wealth of White citizens. This has created a nation whose riches are highly concentrated among White Americans. Even after landmark …

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COVID Creative Placemaking

of this national health crisis will take longer than initially expected. Utilizing art to process loss, explore themes of inequity in health and advocate for a more just society has a much-needed place in the creativity and function of community.