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> Subject: [NNIPNews] NCRC Annual Conference, Mar 22 - 25,
> Washington, DC
> 2006 NCRC Annual Conference
> Economic Injustice: The Ongoing Hurricane
> The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), the
> nation's economic justice trade association of 600 community
> organizations, will hold an annual conference that is the
> premier gathering of lending institutions, community groups,
> and regulatory agencies --- each year about 500 to 600
> practitioners gather in Washington DC to consider ways to
> increase fairly priced credit to minorities, women, and low-
> and moderate-income borrowers and communities and small businesses.
> This year, our annual conference is on March 22 to 25 in
> Washington DC. It is entitled, "Economic Injustice: The
> Ongoing Hurricane" It will feature several workshops on
> fundraising, using the media, affordable housing, economic
> development, leveraging financing from banks, rural
> development, financing for minority-owned businesses, and how
> to combat predatory lending and appraisals in your community.
> A conference wide-plenary session will highlight the leading
> thinkers and practitioners on combating concentrated poverty
> and re-building after natural disasters. Keynote speakers
> have included former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan
> and Senator Hilary Clinton. This year, former New Orleans
> Mayor Marc Morial, President and CEO of the Urban League, and
> Julianne Malveaux, economist, author and commentator for USA
> Today and other publications, are confirmed as speakers.
> We hope you can take some time to attend our annual
> conference. We believe that the workshops, training
> sessions, and networking opportunities will help you build
> your program. For more information, please visit NCRC's
> website of http://www.ncrc.org Thank you so much for your
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