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How to use the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) to Increase Capital and Investments in Under Resourced Communities.

Banks are critical community partners and can be a catalyst for change. This session will explore how you can utilize the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) to increase investments in your community. You will leave this interactive session empowered with information that will help you build a better financial future for Detroit’s under resourced communities.

Remaking the Economy: Finding the Levers for System Change

How does social change happen? Join us to explore economic system change from multiple vantage points: including community-based economic development, electoral organizing, and group facilitation—with an eye to identifying unexpected intersections and areas of alignment. Our panelists are: Sendolo Diaminah is co-director of Carolina Federation, a statewide group that combines electoral work with base-building local …

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End the Year Off Strong

Nonprofits nationwide are looking for ways to increase organizational capacity, create new ways to solve issues and scale their impact in the communities they serve. To assist leaders and staff during this webinar we will discuss 12 steps that most nonprofit organizations can take to finish out this year strong and begin the upcoming year …

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BIPOC Community Media Development Summit

The Multicultural Media and Correspondents Association is hosting its BIPOC Community Media Development Summit at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. NCRC's Chief of Communication and Marketing Andrew Nachison will be participating in the panel discussion: Unleashing the Power of Community Media to Fuel Equitable Revitalization.

Envisioning Equity: Financial Security

The Modern Day Impact of Redlining Redlining refers to the illegal discriminatory practice in which a mortgage lender denies loans or an insurance provider restricts services to certain areas of a community, often because of the racial characteristics of the applicant’s neighborhood. Join us as we hear from industry experts on how this phenomenon still …

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2021 Virtual HAC National Rural Housing Conference

Housing Assistance Council's (HAC) biennial National Rural Housing Conference (NRHC) brings together practitioners and stakeholders from across the field of rural affordable housing and community development. Local nonprofit practitioners, federal agency staff, members of Congress, state and local government officials, along with other industry leaders will come together for two-and-a-half days of networking, training, and …

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CRA and Race

How can the Community Reinvestment Act be updated to directly examine race and better combat redlining? The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) was enacted to ensure much-needed investment and capital makes it to LMI communities. But NCRC's research has shown that the majority of communities that were redlined in the 20th Century are still lower-income and …

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Master Negotiation with Mortgage Servicers

Post residential mortgage moratoriums, housing counselors now need to utilize a wider range of strategies to assist clients in avoiding foreclosure. This webinar is for HUD certified housing counselors who are actively working with delinquent mortgage borrowers. Housing Counselors will receive a brief overview of using available funding sources, workout package strategies, and various negotiation …

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Does your Zip Code Impact your whole life?

The Prince George's County Office of Human Rights and Prince George's County Memorial Library System host a discussion on the ways your life is impacted by where you grow up. Featuring Dr. Bruce Mitchell and Adam Rust, National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC). Moderated by Kyla Hanington, Prince George's County Office of Human Rights. Watch here