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WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Community advocates for bank accountability on foreclosures, and residents of the Wards, from the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 16th, 21st and 34th

WHY: Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP), of The Monroe Foundation, is hosting a very important community-based training to explore local strategies for holding banks accountable in developing collaborative approaches to identifying banking products and services for the unbanked in its’ market communities

WHEN: Saturday, August 25th, 2012

WHERE: The Chicago Urban League, 4510 South Michigan Avenue

TO REGISTER:  Email your name; organization (if applicable); phone; & e-mail  address, toomonroe@themonroefoundation.org

MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Otis Monroe, 773-315-9720 or Debra A. Strickland, 312-513-3105 Neighborhoods (COP) Chicago

SPONSORED BY: The Community Reinvestment Organizing Project (COP) and the P.A.C.T. Project (Partnership Assisting Community Transformation) The COP Project is funded by a grant from the Woods Fund of Chicago. The P.A.C.T. Project is funded by a grant from the Field Foundation of Illinois

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