by Imara Jones onMay 18, 2013
Colorlines' Imara Jones hopes that someone is paying attention to a recent report on how to fix the policy mess's impact on communities of color.
March 6, 2012
Blogging the Beltway: During a wide-ranging press conference, the president had a special message for Romney.
by Michelle Singletary onSeptember 26, 2011
Time is limited for homeowners hoping to avoid big tax bills after walking away from a mortgage, writes Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary.
March 11, 2011
In a wide-ranging news conference, President Obama defended under-siege programs for the poor and unemployed.
by Nsenga Burton onFebruary 28, 2011
Apparently, middle-class blacks don't want to live next door to blacks from the ghetto.
by Nsenga Burton onOctober 28, 2010
The foreclosure crisis is intensifying.
by Marianne Scott onNovember 2, 2009
How a city’s clerical error led one family to the brink of homelessness.
September 23, 2009
Facing foreclosure? Fret not…at least as not much as you think. There may be hope for you to keep your home.
September 11, 2009
If more than two years of timid federal initiatives have proved anything, it’s that banks will not fix foreclosures voluntarily. No amount of corporate welfare will change that.
September 1, 2009
National companies are snatching up foreclosed properties around the country and selling them off, often in bulk, to absentee speculators. So much for stabilizing black neighborhoods.
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