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Give A Warm Welcome To NCRC’s Newest Members

NCRC’s membership spans more than 700 local, state and regional nonprofits, educational and faith-based institutions and government entities across the nation. Welcome to our new organizational members in November 2023: View a map of all our members. If your organization isn’t yet a member, check out the options here. And if your organization is ineligible, you […]

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2024 Just Economy Conference: Registration Now Open

Registration for the 2024 Just Economy Conference is now open! We are so excited to invite you to join us in person from April 2-4 in Washington, DC!  The Just Economy Conference is the leading national conference for economic and social justice. Don’t miss your chance to join activists, elected officials, policymakers, community leaders, civil

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Contradictions in the fair housing movement

Seen in the The Journal of Urban History: an article about contradictory ideologies in the fair housing movement, by NCRC senior policy advisor Nichole Nelson. “While the National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing (NCDH) supported ending racial discrimination in the housing market by lobbying for state and local fair housing laws and the federal Fair

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Give A Warm Welcome To NCRC’s Newest Members

NCRC’s membership spans more than 700 local, state and regional nonprofits, educational and faith-based institutions and government entities across the nation. Welcome to our new organizational members in October: View a map of all our members. If your organization isn’t yet a member, check out the options here. And if your organization is ineligible, you

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Give A Warm Welcome To NCRC’s Newest Members

With more than 700 local, state and regional nonprofits, educational and faith-based institutions and government entities making up the National Community Reinvestment Coalitions (NCRC)’s membership, it can be hard for new members to feel instantly connected.  Let’s fix that by giving them a warm NCRC welcome! New organizational members in September were:  If your organization

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Call for 2024 Just Economy Conference Session Ideas

Add your voice and expertise to the 2024 Just Economy Conference. The conference takes place April 3-4 in Washington, DC, and is preceded by NCRC’s member-only Hill Day on April 2.  This is the national event for community, business, foundation, policy and government leaders who want a nation that not only promises but delivers opportunities

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SIXTY YEARS AFTER MLK’S ‘I HAVE A DREAM’ SPEECH, NEW REPORT PROJECTS OVER 500 YEARS TO ACHIEVE BLACK ECONOMIC EQUALITY

“STILL A DREAM: Over 500 Years to Black Economic Equality”  Sixty years after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, a new report lays bare the harsh reality of black economic inequality today in America. It reveals the sobering projection

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Give A Warm Welcome To NCRC’s Newest Members

With more than 750 local, state and regional nonprofits, educational and faith-based institutions and government entities making up the National Community Reinvestment Coalitions’ (NCRC) membership, it can be hard for new members to feel instantly connected.  Let’s fix that by giving them a warm NCRC welcome! New organizational members in July were:  If your organization

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Give A Warm Welcome To NCRC’s Newest Members

With more than 750 local, state and regional nonprofits, educational and faith-based institutions and government entities making up the National Community Reinvestment Coalitions (NCRC)’s membership, it can be hard for new members to feel instantly connected.  Let’s fix that by giving them a warm NCRC welcome! New organizational members in June were:  If your organization

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Marketplace: Water contamination in Black communities doesn’t stop at Flint or Jackson

Marketplace, June 19, 2023, Water contamination in Black communities doesn’t stop at Flint or Jackson In a lot of ways, the water crises in Flint, Michigan and Jackson, Mississippi, put lead-poisoned water on the map. And while the Biden administration has since earmarked more than $50 billion to replace lead pipes and build water treatment plants, a 2018 report by the Environmental

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Fighting For What’s Right: Alan Jennings On Fairness In An Unjust World

We all look to champions to inspire us. The long, challenging and too-often frustrating work of making a better world can benefit tremendously from understanding the ground-level experiences of our colleagues.  It is therefore easy to recommend “The Pursuit of Fairness: Fighting for What’s Right in a World that’s so Wrong,” Alan Jennings’ autobiographical and

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NCRC To Host Regional Summit For Mountain West Community Development Leaders

The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) will host a regional summit in Denver September 26 – 27, 2023. The summit will bring together housing and community development leaders; faith-based organizations and fair lending advocates; financial institutions and environmental justice groups; as well as small business entrepreneurs, tribal leaders, public officials and academics to discuss and

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Maryland Matters: Advocates: A Maryland Community Reinvestment Act needed to invest in underserved communities

Maryland Matters, June 20, 2023, Advocates: A Maryland Community Reinvestment Act needed to invest in underserved communities Another statute passed by Congress in 1977 was the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), which is meant to ensure banks and other financial institutions meet investment needs in the low- and moderate-income communities around them. But two groups —

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