CRC Meets with regulators, policymakers for Advocacy Week

June 17, 2022 by

The California Reinvestment Coalition and several of its member organizations met with elected officials and representatives from financial regulatory agencies last week as part of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition’s 2022 Just Economy Conference Advocacy Week. Each year, CRC convenes a California delegation to meet with DC-based regulators and…

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Q&A: Cryptocurrency 101 with CRC Promotora

June 03, 2022 by Person purchasing Bitcoin

Combat banking discrimination. Reduce financial disparities. Push the need for broadband access.  Opportunities like this can come with learning more about how we can utilize and track the movement of cryptocurrency, a decentralized, deregulated form of investing in, buying and selling online currency.  Don’t worry, we’ve done the seemingly…

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Timeline: U.S. Bank-Union Bank Merger Events

April 06, 2022 by

In November of 2021, the California Reinvestment Coalition officially opposed the proposed merger of U.S. Bank and Union Bank, which had been announced two months earlier. There has been a whirl of activity from CRC since. Take a look at the timeline below to recap more than six months…

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The Bank Rundown – February 2022

February 11, 2022 by

After a busy bank merger season in 2021, the pace continues in 2022. In addition to engaging on megabank mergers, we hope to restart meetings with banks that are not going through mergers. Check out what’s happening below and reach out to find out how to get involved.  U.S….

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CRC Welcomes New Organizers to its Staff

January 14, 2022 by Doni Tadesse (left) and Aliyah Shaheed (right)

The California Reinvestment Coalition is pleased to announce that it has hired Doni Tadesse as its new Southern California Organizer and Aliyah Shaheed as its new Northern California Organizer. Tadesse comes to CRC after working as a capacity builder with the Los Angeles LGBT Center where he trained and…

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