Duck & Cover: The Biden Administration Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Comes Out Swinging

Swift changes to the CFPB Trump-era rules mean the agency has re-grown its teeth

Duck & Cover: The Biden Administration Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Comes Out Swinging2021-07-01T20:24:31+00:00

The Never-Ending Battle: Fair Housing Advocates and the Fight Against Modern-Day “Shadow” Redlining (Part 4) 

A 4-part dissection of how more than 50 years after redlining was outlawed, America’s communities continue the practice in clever and blatant ways

The Never-Ending Battle: Fair Housing Advocates and the Fight Against Modern-Day “Shadow” Redlining (Part 4) 2021-06-04T21:56:12+00:00

The Never-Ending Battle: Fair Housing Advocates and the Fight Against Modern-Day “Shadow” Redlining (Part 3) 

A 4-part dissection of how more than 50 years after redlining was outlawed, America’s communities continue the practice in clever and blatant ways

The Never-Ending Battle: Fair Housing Advocates and the Fight Against Modern-Day “Shadow” Redlining (Part 3) 2021-06-09T23:58:48+00:00

A Pound of Flesh – The Uniquely American Invention of the Modern Predatory Lending Industry (Part 2)

An exploration of the most commonplace predatory lending scams destroying the futures of poor and minority Americans with impunity. 

Part 2: Payday Loans – The Quicksand of Debt

A Pound of Flesh – The Uniquely American Invention of the Modern Predatory Lending Industry (Part 2)2021-04-02T06:57:03+00:00

The Fog of Poverty and Racial Inequality – Why Low-Income and Minority Americans Assume We Aren’t Welcome to the American Dream House Party (Part 4)

A four-part series examining the reasons why poor and minority Americans are often unable to believe in equitable access to homeownership and the benefits that entails.

Part Four: The Fog of Confusion

The Fog of Poverty and Racial Inequality – Why Low-Income and Minority Americans Assume We Aren’t Welcome to the American Dream House Party (Part 4)2021-04-02T06:58:15+00:00

The Fog of Poverty and Racial Inequality – Why Low-Income and Minority Americans Assume We Aren’t Welcome to the American Dream House Party (Part 2)

A four-part series examining the reasons why poor and minority Americans are often unable to believe in equitable access to homeownership and the benefits that entails.

Part Two: The Fog of Poverty

The Fog of Poverty and Racial Inequality – Why Low-Income and Minority Americans Assume We Aren’t Welcome to the American Dream House Party (Part 2)2021-03-05T19:04:48+00:00

The Fog of Poverty and Racial Inequality – Why Low-Income and Minority Americans Assume We Aren’t Welcome to the American Dream House Party (Part 1)

A four-part series examining the reasons why poor and minority Americans are often unable to believe in equitable access to homeownership and the benefits that entails.

Part One: “Why Won’t They Just Let Us Help Them?”

The Fog of Poverty and Racial Inequality – Why Low-Income and Minority Americans Assume We Aren’t Welcome to the American Dream House Party (Part 1)2021-04-02T07:00:32+00:00
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