Economic Equity works to overcome the lingering effects of redlining, help communities of color build wealth, and ensure that our financial system works for all.
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This is Greenlining’s third annual report on board of director diversity at major banks and reflects board of director diversity in 2006. Greenlining’s report addresses a key diversity leadership issue at America’s twenty largest banks. Although the board of directors is… Continue reading
Only 39 percent of African Americans in California live in a home that they own, compared to nearly 50 percent for African Americans in the rest of the nation. This report finds that the seven major lenders studied originated only… Continue reading
Based on our analysis, it is clear that California’s African American and Latino borrowers are more likely to receive a higher cost subprime loan than a white borrower. The study found that African American and Latino borrowers are three times… Continue reading
Greenlining’s 2004 analysis of the diversity among the partners at 20 of California’s largest and most influential law firms, finding that many firms had a long way to go. Continue reading
Annual Report on African American Homeownership Continue reading