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North Carolina city spends $300,000 on reparations expert DESPITE her posts about locals...

The Daily Mail 03 Apr 2024
Harvard graduate Lea Henry, 52, rails on social media about her neighbors 'celebrating segregation' ... Poll ... No. Not sure ... It aims to help African Americans by improving schools and transport in black neighborhoods and making it easier to get a mortgage ... .
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Political Spat Brews Over South African Opposition's Appeal to US

Beijing News 14 Mar 2024
A new poll this week showed the governing African National Congress getting just 39% of the vote, which would mean losing its majority for the first time, since 1994 in the first post-apartheid elections.
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Debt troubles growing for higher earners

Independent online (SA) 09 Feb 2024
Last year, 2023, may have been the worst year financially for South African consumers at least since the 2008 global financial crisis ... Sager reminded us of the financial realities facing South Africans.
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Church makes good on promise to pay reparations to Black community

Lansing State Journal 05 Feb 2024
Church leadership voted previously to raise money and send it to the Justice League, a group whose mission is to collect reparations for Greater Lansing's African American community members.
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Name-changing campaign on Edmund Boulevard in Minneapolis hits resistance despite racial covenant history

MinnPost 29 Jan 2024
“The premises hereby conveyed shall not at any time be conveyed, mortgaged or leased to any person or persons of Chinese, Japanese, Moorish, Turkish, Negro, Mongolian or African blood or descent.
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How Redlining’s Legacies Demand New Policy Action

Scheerpost 18 Jan 2024
In 2020, for example, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against Townstone Financial, Inc., a Chicago-based mortgage lender and broker that discouraged redlined African-American ...
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Has the Dream Become A Nightmare?

Houston Forward Times 10 Jan 2024
A common deed restriction was that the “premises shall not at any time be conveyed, mortgaged or leased to any person or persons of Chinese, Japanese, Moorish, Turkish, Negro, Mongolian or African blood or descent.”.
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Blue Origin announces space launch next week, first since 2022 crash

The Daily Record - Dunn 12 Dec 2023
"We're targeting a launch window that opens on Dec ... × This page requires Javascript ... More from this section ... Regulators Uncover Discrimination in Mortgage Rate Discounts. African antelope first species to be brought back from brink of extinction.
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ASML, Samsung ink 700mn chip plant deal as S.Korea president visits

The Daily Record - Dunn 12 Dec 2023
× This page requires Javascript. Javascript is required for you to be able to read premium content ... Regulators Uncover Discrimination in Mortgage Rate Discounts. African antelope first species to be brought back from brink of extinction. WATCH ... ....
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Regulators caught Wells Fargo, other banks in probe over mortgage pricing discrimination

NBC Bay Area 11 Dec 2023
"Examiners observed that mortgage lenders violated ECOA and Regulation B by discriminating against African American and female borrowers in the granting of pricing exceptions," the CFPB in a 2021 report.
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Creating an African-style village for African-Canadians

The Patriotic Vanguard 22 Nov 2023
Funded by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement(SCHL), and led by the Rwandan Canadian Healing Centre - RCHC, this group of ...
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Seso Global launches Diaspora mortgage platform with Republic Bank

B & FT Online 10 Nov 2023
Indeed, this partnership with Republic Bank and this newly launched diaspora mortgage platform reflects Seso Global’s important role in the rapid growth of emerging African real estate markets.
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Highly anticipated Black Housing Summit begins this week in Birmingham, AL

The Birmingham Times 07 Nov 2023
Knowing that 48 percent of African Americans who apply for a mortgage will not get approved, we are still asking people to come out and apply for a loan to know where they stand,” she added.
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