“Good cities shouldn’t do business with bad banks, so it’s great to see the New York commissioners take action here,” NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol said.
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Barrágan and Miller-Travis bring complementary expertises in areas that reflect NCRC’s expanding vision.
A new 3-course series from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition invites you to explore the world of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). The series is designed for NCRC member organizations interested in launching a CDFI.
The NCRC Fellowship for Equitable Development aims to cultivate the next generation of community development leaders and empower them to make a tangible impact.
Dangerous arguments from “financial predators who miss the old days when there wasn’t a strong watchdog standing between them and our wallets.”
“KeyBank knew they violated their promises to marginalized communities, but chose to…prioritize damage control over doing the right thing.” — Jesse Van Tol
“When a bank breaks promises, the law says there are consequences – and it’s our government’s job to enforce that accountability,” NCRC’s Jesse Van Tol said.
HUD’s new Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rules will bring long-awaited clarity for markets and much-needed traction for neglected communities.
A court pretending it’s legal for a mortgage lender to label Black neighborhoods “scary” “jungles” to be avoided was “an act of cynical politics masquerading as high-minded jurisprudence.”
“I am proud that Director Chopra chose to announce this much-anticipated news at our Just Economy Conference to a ballroom full of people who spend every day working to make their communities more prosperous and inclusive.”
A critical set of affordable housing policy tools is getting restored. Here’s what NCRC President & CEO Jesse Van Tol had to say about the news:
“The TABS Act is a free pass to Wall Street and a threat to household finances for the rest of us.”
SXSW attendees can meet NCRC CDF during the “Impact Investing that Actually Works” session, at their booth (#649), or during a mentorship session.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $3 million research grant to researchers at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research (ISR) and the University of Richmond to create and harmonize important data exploring the association of structural racism with health in the United States.