Nonprofit Sector

Bringing Community Development Lenders Back to their Civil Rights Roots

October 31, 2019

Originally published in Next City , October 31, 2019

During a panel discussion at SOCAP 2019, Antony Bugg-Levine, NFF CEO, and co-panelists discussed their views on what’s led CDFIs and impact investing astray from their roots in the civil rights movement and what changes they are calling for — or starting to see inside their organizations — in order to get back in touch with those roots.

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Panelists: Elise Carr, CEO, Capital Impact Partners; Vanessa Roanhorse, Co-Founder, Native Women Lead; Pia Infante, Co-Executive Director, The Whitman Institute; Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO, Nonprofit Finance Fund

 

 

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