Communities of Color Symposium Feb. 6, 2014 – National Consumers League

Reserve your seat today! Consumer Financial Services Symposium on Feb. 6


Communities of color are too often victimized by predatory and unfair lending practices. The subprime housing crisis and ensuing economic recession have produced the largest wealth gap in decades between white households and families of color.


Join us for an examination of how many financial and other institutions have put communities of color at a disadvantage in the financial services arena, with a special emphasis on mortgages, auto loans, student loans, and telecommunications services, and a discussion of what we can do to address these inequities.


Expert panelists and speakers will meet for a day-long symposium in Washington, DC to discuss these important issues and their impact on communities of color.





Senator Elizabeth Warren
Congressman Keith Ellison



A keynote conversation between:
Edith Ramirez, FTC Chair
Mignon L. Clyburn, FCC Commissioner


Lunch keynote ~ Patrice Ficklin, CFPB


You must register to attend. Event is closed to members of the press.


Featuring other panelists from:


Center for American Progress
Center for Responsible Lending
National Community Reinvestment Coalition
National Council of La Raza
National Urban League


Sponsored by:


National Consumers League
Center for Responsible Lending
Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies