fbpx

Live

Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

Today

Economic Inequality Policy Series: The Impacts of the 2021-2022 Rise in Inflation on Communities of Color

Join NCRC's Chief of Organizing, Policy and Equity Dedrick Asante-Muhammad on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's virtual forum, as part of its Economic Inequality Policy Series, on the disparate impacts of inflation on different racial and ethnic groups. The forum will highlight recent New York Fed research on […]

Quarterly Fair Housing Call

This call is open to NCRC members only. Please join us for NCRC’s quarterly Fair Housing call where we discuss national trends in fair housing, fair lending, and strategize how to address prevailing discriminatory housing practices across the country. If you have any questions or want to add an item to the meeting agenda, please […]

NCRC Appraisal Bias Webinar

At the 2022 Just Economy Conference, we heard from banking, real estate, and housing enforcement specialists on racial biases in appraisals. Shortly after the conference, average mortgage rates roughly doubled in a matter of weeks – jeopardizing many prospective home sales in turmoil and leaving both sellers and buyers at the mercy of appraisers in […]

NCRC Microbiz Capital Accelerator Applicant Webinar

Join us for a webinar to learn more about our new, pilot program MicroBiz Capital Accelerator Program (MCAP) and how your organization can apply. This webinar will overview the grant details, technical assistance offerings, eligibility criteria, application process, and answer any general inquires. Register here

Generational Wealth: Credit Barriers for People with a Criminal History

Nearly 1 in 3 Americans have a criminal record. Each year over 600,000 Americans are released from state or federal prisons and re-enter society. Re-entry into society poses barriers to everyone but disproportionately affects African Americans and other minorities as African Americans and Hispanics make up 56% of the incarcerated population. This disproportionate representation within […]

Remaking The Economy: Redefining Leadership

Please join NPQ on Thursday, November 10 at 2 pm ET for Remaking the Economy: Redefining Leadership NPQ’s latest webinar in our Remaking the Economy series takes a deep dive into what are the kinds of leadership that the field needs to advance not only economic justice, but liberation.  Increasingly, people of color are becoming leaders of national community development […]

CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium

Wolters Kluwer will host its 26th annual CRA & Fair Lending Colloquium November 13 – 16 at Caesars Las Vegas. This industry-leading conference features top U.S. regulators and other leading regulatory compliance experts focusing on regulatory developments and oversight trends in fair lending, HMDA and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) compliance. NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol […]

Democratizing Wealth Building to Help Close the Racial and Gender Gap

Persistent racial and gender wealth gaps remain a major obstacle to building financial security for low- and moderate-income (LMI) households in the United States. How can we ensure that the financial system, and opportunities to build wealth, are developed to meet the needs of LMI people? Income alone is insufficient: too many people are just getting […]

Advocating for Racial Equity with Personal Finances

Advocating for Racial Equity through Personal Finances will discuss using your individual power to advocate for racial equity through how money is used. Our society was founded on and perpetuates inequities based on countless characteristics, but the areas we will focus on will be race and gender. We will embark on a journey towards advocating […]

Native CDFI 3rd Annual Policy And Capacity Building Summit

Join NCRC President and CEO Jesse Van Tol at the 2022 NCN Policy and Capacity Building Summit. From Dec. 6-8, 2022, Native CDFI practitioners, funders, policymakers, and other industry partners will gather for the summit in Washington, DC, to learn, share, and network. This year’s theme — Sowing the Seeds for Economic Justice Across Indian […]

Nuts & Bolts of One on One Counseling

Hooray, you passed the HUD Housing Counseling Certification exam! Now, you are tasked with providing quality housing counseling to individuals and families in your community. Are there specific topics which must be covered in the session? How do you feel confident about the information you provide in the session? How does a successful one-on-one counseling […]

Scroll to Top