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Focus (Business: Racial Bias In Lending) #601379

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 21, 1994
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Noah Nelson) The Atlanta Mortgage Consortium, a group of banks which helps black and Hispanic families get home mortgages in a time when minorities are often denied home loans, featured; scenes shown. [Homeowner Betty Jo WHITE, "Inside Mortgage Finance" newsletter Guy CECALA - cite the rejection of minority loan seekers.] [Concerned Black Clergy Reverend Tim McDONALD - states their case to the lenders.] How the Atlanta loan plan works detailed. [Black female loan seeker Yolette DUNCAN, consortium director Chuck SCHIED, mortgage applicant Ullaine SANDERS - comment.]

Curry, Ann;
Nelson, Noah

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