NCRC Member Call to Action: Weigh In About Credit Reporting

Membership Newsletter: July 2012 Edition | NCRC Member Call to Action: Weigh In About Credit Reporting The foreclosure crisis will have repercussions for the communities we serve for a long time to come. Credit scores for those affected will take years, if not decades, to rebound. What this makes clear is that we must take action […]

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Breaking the Cycle of Predatory Lending in Delaware

Membership Newsletter: July 2012 Edition | Breaking the Cycle of Predatory Lending in Delaware NCRC member Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council (DCRAC) is winning victories right in the backyard of payday loan companies. In late June, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed a piece of legislation aimed at breaking the cyclical nature of payday loans. Under the […]

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San Diego Advances a Local Ordinance to Increase Bank Reinvestment in the Community

Membership Newsletter: July 2012 Edition | San Diego Advances a Local Ordinance to Increase Bank Reinvestment in the Community “America’s Finest City” is well on its way to becoming the most recent US city with a Responsible Banking Ordinance. On June 27th, San Diego decided to shine a light on banking practices and ask what financial […]

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Redlining in Detroit Prompts Formation of a Community Reinvestment Coalition

Membership Newsletter: July 2012 Edition | Redlining in Detroit Prompts Formation of a Community Reinvestment Coalition Over 100 NCRC members and community activists descended on the Madison Theater Building in downtown Detroit on June 6th to discuss the economic future of region and how they can play a role in ensuring its recovery. NCRC President […]

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NCRC Provides Customized Support to Help Alabama Member Expand

Membership Newsletter July 2012 | NCRC Provides Customized Support to Help Alabama Member Expand NCRC recently had an opportunity to help a new member, Alabama A&M University Community Development Corporation (AAMU CDC). AAMU CDC’s mission is to revitalize low-income neighborhoods surrounding Alabama A&M University, Meadow Hills and Edmonton Heights, with expansion to Huntsville planned. In […]

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