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Your Bank May Owe You Money

The Huffington Post by: Preeti Vissa If you are a homeowner facing foreclosure or who has been foreclosed upon, it may look like nothing has been done to help you. While much, much more needs to be done, the good…
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Will Congress Spark a New Great Recession?

Newsday By Orson Aguilar Four years before the subprime mortgage meltdown devastated the U.S. economy, my organization warned Federal Reserve Board Chair Alan Greenspan that a deregulated financial sector was hurtling us toward disaster. The New York Times, in recounting this 2004…
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Why I Stand With Immigrants

The Bay Area Reporter By Bruce Mirken Her name is Maria Contreras. She’s a U.S. citizen, having emigrated legally from the Philippines over a decade ago. In February, on the way home from visiting friends in Mexico, she was detained…
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Why Every Student Matters

The California Endowment by: Adriana Diaz-Ordaz Health Equity Fellow, Greenlining Institute March and April of 2013 proved to be two of the most exciting months for leaders on the education front in the Long Beach, South Los Angeles and Boyle…
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