Housing segregation and discrimination are not bygone issues. They continue, in 2023, to severely limit opportunity and undermine economic justice nationwide.
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Housing and economic justice advocates identify key policy steps for 2023.
Meet Nichole Nelson, the new Senior Policy Advisor for NCRC. Nichole will be an important member of the policy team as she engages in advocacy to advance economic and racial …
The CFPB should create a large, robust and user-friendly public database for the uniquely high-pressure, low-transparency auto lending market.
Merger review processes have received new attention from the Biden administration, which is taking a ‘whole-of-government approach’ to reviving competition.
The reopening of the US economy did not discourage banks from closing physical branch locations at an aggressive pace, new research from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) has found. …
Among the 50 biggest mortgage lenders, KeyBank ranked last on one important metric of racial inclusion. KeyBank’s broken promises to Black America have prompted a leading economic justice organization to break ties with the bank.
Broken Promises To Black America Prompt Community Advocate To Break Ties With Bank
Customers and communities win $40 billion in tangible commitments from pending bank merger.
Martin Gruenberg has the necessary judgment and experience to lead the FDIC and he deserves to be confirmed swiftly by the Senate.
The amended agreement will help provide stronger positive impact across the communities First Merchants serves.
Meet Larry Cain, the new Director of Finance at NCRC. Larry will be an important member of the finance team as he oversees management and internal operations of the department. …
The cases arise from an investigation NCRC conducted in Baltimore with interracial couples acting as “mystery shoppers” probing appraisers for bias.
Millions of families who have been invisible to the mortgage industry will gain access to the generational wealth-building opportunity of homeownership.
Real estate appraisers discriminated against Black homeowners in a pioneering new “mystery-shopper” investigation, the first of its kind to be published.