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This report summarizes the economic crisis facing seniors of color, particularly in California. It is increasingly difficult for older Americans – traditionally among the most economically vulnerable populations in our society – to live with dignity and economic well-being. To… 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
Annual Report on African American Homeownership Continue reading
This is the Greenlining Institute’s sixth consecutive study of diversity of the boards of directors in major banks and financial institutions. The context for our most recent reports, especially since 2008 and continuing to this day, has been one of… Continue reading
With newly-elected Gov. Brown set to deliver the State of the State Address, the Greenlining Institute emphasizes the issues that matter most to the constituency that voted him into office. The State of the Majority report outlines important challenges facing… Continue reading