The Opportunity Agenda, The National Council of La Raza and The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Invite You to
SAVE THE DATE
For a Capitol Hill Briefing
A Compact for Home Opportunity:
What America Can Do to Stop Foreclosures, Restore Communities and Fulfill the American Dream
Alan Jenkins, Executive Director, The Opportunity Agenda
Janis Bowdler, Director, Wealth-Building Policy Project, National Council of La Raza
James Carr, former Senior Vice President for Financial Innovation, Planning and Research for the Fannie Mae Foundation and Vice President for Housing Research at Fannie Mae
Sharon Pratt, Founder and Manager, Pratt Consulting
Juhu Thukral, Director of Law and Advocacy, The Opportunity Agenda
Nikitra Bailey, Executive Vice-President, Center for Responsible Lending
Access to an affordable home under fair and sustainable terms is crucial to our economic security and central to the American Dream. Yet misconduct by banks and lenders, inadequate rules and enforcement, and record unemployment rates are robbing millions of Americans of their homes and security while ravaging whole communities and holding back our national recovery. Clear solutions exist to prevent foreclosures and restore communities today while ensuring that affordable housing and homeownership remain sources of wealth-building and middle-class mobility for all Americans. This briefing will explore proposed solutions to our housing and financial crisis and introduce the implementation and accountability necessary to make them effective.
To learn more about The Opportunity Agenda and the Compact for Home Opportunity, please visit: http://www.opportunityagenda.org
When & Where
Center for Global Policy Solutions
The Center for Global Policy Solutions is a social change nonprofit that is dedicated to making policy work for people and their environments by advancing innovative and effective solutions to our world’s most critical challenges. For more information, visit www.globalpolicysolutions.org.
The Center for Global Policy Solutions manages the Closing the Racial Wealth Gap Initiative in collaboration with the Insight Center for Community Economic Development and with generous support from the Ford Foundation.