Civil Rights Groups File New Evidence of Housing Discrimination in Federal Complaint Alleging Neglect of Foreclosures in Communities of Color.
Today, the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) and nine local fair housing organizations filed an amended discrimination complaint against Bank of America (BoA). The complaint alleges illegal discrimination by BoA in African American and Latino neighborhoods in six additional cities. This new evidence of discriminatory treatment by BoA will be added to
Yes, you read the headlines correctly. NACA is launching a Protest to Prevent Ocwen from Sending American Jobs to India. And these aren't just any jobs. These are jobs that literally have the power of life and death over American families because they will be making decisions about mortgages and foreclosures on American homes, with little to no understanding or experience with the exigiencies or stresses American families face in the current economy; let alone the fact
For those of us who were not fortunate enough to get to Atlanta for the massive NACA Homesave Program, NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America) will be holding two FREE Home Save and First Time Homebuyer Workshop/Seminars in the Queens and Brooklyn Area. On Saturday, February 11, at Mt. Zion Bishop Church 106-60 Union Hall Street, in Queens, NY (near York College), they will hold back to back seminars beginning at 10:00AM and ending at approximately 3:00PM.
It's hard to believe that fifteen years have passed since the First Wall Street Project opened in New York City. It was 1997, at at that time we actually were on Wall Street, with many of the events happening either in board rooms, on the trading room floors, or at the World Trade Center.
I can remember sitting in the top of the World Trade Center at one of the luncheons, in a facility where the ceilings were arched, and so low that you had to bend to be in there, and