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ADD CIVIL RIGHTS VOICES TO HOUSING POLICY REFORM DISCUSSIONS

ADD CIVIL RIGHTS VOICES TO HOUSING POLICY REFORM DISCUSSIONS By Charlene Crowell (TriceEdneyWire.com) - Wherever you live, or household size, home is a special place where children are raised, and memories are made. Owning a home is also the largest, single investment that most families make in a lifetime. Since the nationwide housing crash, family outcomes have varied. While some households have witnessed ...

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EXCLUSIVE: BRADLEY CREEK EXEC TALKS OF “POSSIBILITY OF LEGAL ACTION”

Marvelia Jackson, who worked as a medical technician at Bradley Creek and was one of two Black staffers to complain about the “slave lady” calendar to management, forcing them to retrieve all of the calendars distributed four days after they were originally given out, may indeed have a legal case against Bradley Creek, says Attorney Irving Joyner, Chairman of the NCNAACP Legal Redress Committee. ...

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PAYDAY LENDERS TRY LEGISLATIVE RUN AROUND STATE LAWS, CFPB REGULATION

  BY CHARLENE CROWELL (TriceEdneyWire.com) - ‘If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again’ is a well-known adage. In recent weeks, it seems that phrase could also be an apt description of the unrelenting efforts of predatory payday lenders to sell their wares. Across the country, 15 states as well as in the District of Columbia, with varying geographies, economies and demographics have enacted strong ...

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