Hiding in Plain Sight: How Rhetoric and Policies are Hurting California’s Immigrant Communities and Families

(September 2017). This report is based on a survey of CRC members about the changes they had seen in their communities as a result of anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies at the federal level. You can read coverage of the report in LA Weekly.

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CRC Report: Displacement, Discrimination and Determination: Results from a Statewide Survey in California

(September 2017) This report is based on a survey CRC conducted of our members who serve small business owners about the challenges they are experiencing, especially as it relates to financing for their businesses. The report was featured in a KQED story that you can listen to by clicking…

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Building Trust, Easing Access, Overcoming Barriers: Improving Delivery of Cash Aid to Low-Income Families

Low-income families that receive public benefits often rely on ATMs to get the cash aid they are entitled to but costly ATM fees reduce the amount they receive. CRC works to break down barriers for families receiving public assistance.

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We Don’t Need to Be Charged for Being Poor: The Cost to Families of Paying Fees to Access Public Assistance.

(May 2015) A new survey of people who pay fees to use state-issued Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards for public assistance such as CalWORKs and General Assistance. The survey quotes the experiences of aid recipients including the impact of paying fees on their ability to make ends meet. It…

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CRC Fact Sheet on FDIC’s “Shared Loss” Agreement with OneWest Bank (former IndyMac).

After submitting a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, CRC calculated that the FDIC has already paid out more than $1 billion to OneWest Bank to cover their costs for foreclosures. According to data provided by the FDIC, the FDIC estimates it will pay out another $1.4 billion to…

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CRC Fact Sheet: CFPB Complaints about OneWest Bank

(July 2017) This fact sheet outlines the types of complaints made to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about OneWest Bank.

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